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Keith Boykins


Biography Overview

Keith Boykins is a personal injury attorney based out of Morgan & Morgan’s Ocala Office. His practice focuses primarily on premises liability, slip and falls, negligent security and animal attacks occurring throughout Central Florida.

Mr. Boykins was born in Fort Knox, Kentucky at Ireland Army Hospital, and as a youth, he lived in New York, Arizona, South Carolina and Georgia. He received his undergraduate degrees in Communications Studies and Political Science from Furman University and, was also a scholarship linebacker on the Furman Football team from 2004 to 2008. Upon graduation, Mr. Boykins enrolled at Florida A&M College of Law, where he discovered his love for advocacy and contributed as a Moot Court participant, as well as the Chair of the Advocacy Board in 2010-2011.

In 2011, Mr. Boykins joined the 9th Circuit State Attorneys Office as an Assistant State Attorney and practiced criminal law for four years before leaving to take a position as a member of the Georgia Governor’s Office as the Liaison to the Central District of the Governor’s Office of Transition Support and Reentry.

In 2017, Mr. Boykins returned to Florida and, was introduced to civil law and insurance litigation through Koeller, Nebecker, Carlson & Haluck, primarily a construction firm, where he served as a trial associate. Afterwards Mr. Boykins became a civil trial attorney at the Law Office of Grant & Dozier, LLC where he was responsible for insurance litigation and matters involving corporate clients.

Mr. Boykins joined Morgan & Morgan in 2023. At Morgan & Morgan, Mr. Boykins proudly represents the interests of his clients by utilizing his trial advocacy experience, past experience with insurance companies and, his zeal for personal injury litigation to achieve the best results.

Practice Areas

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  • Furman University
  • Florida A&M College of Law

Bar Admission

Bar Admission
  • Florida
  • Middle District Court of Florida