Charles B. "Charlie" Carter

University of Florida, B.A. with high honor, 1971; Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society; University of Florida, J.D., 1979 with honors.

 

Admitted to Florida Bar October 1979; partner law firm of Carter & Drylie, P.A., Law practice includes personal injury/wrongful death, insurance coverage issues, construction law, civil rights. 

 

Litigation experience 1979–present; appellate arguments before the First and Fifth District Courts of Appeal. 

 

Bar Admissions:  United States District Courts for Middle and Northern Districts of Florida; AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell; Recognized by Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers; member of Bennett Inn of Court, Gainesville, FL; member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals.

 

Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator; Board Member, Florida Bar ADR Section

 

Speaker at seminars for various groups including Hospital Corporation of America, Florida Farm Bureau, University Hospital, Publix Supermarkets, Inc., State Farm Insurance Company; speaker for organizations on the topic of mediation, including but not limited to The Jacksonville Justice Association and The Florida Defense Lawyers Associations. Publications include: “Steering a Course to Tort Reform,” Trial Advocate Quarterly; Numerous articles on Alternative Dispute Resolution for the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association Newsletter.  Prior member of Alachua County Zoning Board of Adjustment; Former member, Department of Classics Advisory Counsel, University of Florida; Jacksonville Association of Defense Attorneys, Bennett Inn of Court member (President 2017 - 2018); Previous member of Alachua County Zoning Board of Adjustment (1981 - 1996)

Mediating Disputes in the Following Areas:

Insurance Disputes

Real Property Matters

Estate Litigation

Personal Injury and Wrongful Death

Family Law Matters

Civil Rights

Contact Us:

The Resolution Center is conveniently located behind the Hunters Crossing Publix Shopping Center at the intersection of NW 43rd Street and NW 53rd Avenue.  

 

Please do not hesitate to contact our office as our staff is always happy to provide driving directions.

 

Feel free to call and speak with Kayla or Missy at 352-381-9991 or email at cdpa@resolutioncenter.org