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Michael Patrick

Trial Attorney

Meet Michael Patrick, a Central Florida native and a dedicated trial attorney who values family above all. Raised on strong family values of hard work, integrity, and professionalism, Michael has built his legal career on these principles. Today, he resides in Central Florida with his wife, Miranda, and their three children, Aiden, AnnaBelle, and Ava.
Michael's journey to becoming an attorney began with a bachelor's degree in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida, where he served as the Executive Director of Risk Management for Theta Chi Fraternity. Following this, Michael served his community as a public-school teacher and high school sports coach, where he honed his skills as a problem-solver and an advocate for his students and athletes.
Michael then earned his Juris Doctor degree from the Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida. Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, he successfully managed litigation and operations for a large first-party property insurance firm, representing homeowners against insurance companies. His unique skill set and passion for problem-solving made him a tenacious litigator and successful trial attorney, securing jury verdicts in his clients' favor.
When not fighting for his clients, Michael enjoys spending time with his family at Disney and working on the ranch. Michael's dedication to his family values extends to his clients, where he is committed to providing the same level of care and attention that he does for his own family. His clients can trust that he will work tirelessly to secure the best possible outcome in their case and will be with them every step of the way.

  • University of Central Florida
  • Barry University School of Law

  • Florida Bar
  • Forbes Business Council
  • Business Journal Leadership Trust

  • Florida Bar
  • Washington, DC
  • Middle District of Florida
  • Southern District of Florida

  • Book Award - Refugee/Asylum Law