Disciplined in Sophisticated Defense and Insurance Litigation

As a senior associate who has been with Butler since 2009, Jason M. Seitz is an accomplished attorney and is a member of The Florida Bar. He mostly focuses his practice on the defense of first party property insurance coverage. Additionally, he handles construction litigation and other claims.

Jason received his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2005. While in law school, he earned the highest marks of his class in Criminal Law, and he earned honors for his work in Legal Research and Writing as well as in Appellate Advocacy. Prior to that, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 1997.

Prior to joining Butler, Jason was an Assistant State Attorney in Miami-Dade County where he prosecuted crimes ranging from DUI to homicide.  Jason has tried more than 25 jury trials and has similarly significant non-jury trial experience.

Admissions

  • Florida

Education

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Bachelor of Arts in Art History
  • University of Florida, Levin College of Law
    Doctor of Jurisprudence

Memberships

  • The Florida Bar

Courts

  • Florida Courts (Middle District)
  • Florida Courts (Southern District)
September 23, 2010 PUBLICATIONWe Said What We Meant And We Meant What We Said! — Enforcing Contract Language Despite Assertions Of Bad Faith And Insurer 'Misconduct' During The Adjustment Of The Claim

This is one of a series of articles originally published in Mealey's Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith, Vol. 24, #10 (September 23, 2010). © 2010  

[Editor's Note: John V. Garaffa is a Partner and Jason M. Seitz is an associate with the law firm of Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP in Tampa, Florida.  Any commentary or opinions do not reflect the opinions of Butler or Mealey's Publications. Copyright © 2010 by Jason M. Seitz and John V. Garaffa. Responses are welcome.]

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April 23, 2010 PUBLICATIONIs the Increased Cost To Repair Undamaged Portions Of The Structure A Consequence Of Enforcement Of Building, Zoning Or Land Use Ordinance Or Law?

This is one of a series of articles under "Property Insurance Law Committee" originally published in ABA Committee News, Winter 2010.

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Key Points
Practice Area CASE TYPE
  • Civil Remedy Notices
  • Construction Defect Litigation
  • Coverage - Business Interruption
  • Coverage - First Party Property
  • Coverage - Homeowner's
  • Coverage - Property
  • Malpractice - Architecture
  • Structural Collapse