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In Loving Memory of Troy Seibert (6/11/1972 – 1/2/2022).

Troy J. Seibert was a Partner in the Butler Tampa office until his sudden and unexpected death on January 2, 2022.  Troy’s practice focused on the defense of First-Party Coverage and Extra-Contractual matters, including claims and lawsuits by businesses, condominium associations, and homeowners for property damage and business interruption losses.  In addition to being a brilliant lawyer, Troy was a fantastic husband to his wife, Cara, and father to his children, Ethan and Abby.  Troy is deeply missed by our entire Butler family.  We will never forget his warmth, honesty and friendship.

 

Admissions

  • Florida
  • Minnesota

Recognitions

  • Rising Star by Minnesota Law and Politics, 2005 and 2006

Education

  • University of Minnesota-duluth
    Bachelor of Arts
  • William Mitchell College of Law
    Doctor of Jurisprudence

Memberships

  • American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Hillsborough County Bar Association (HCBA)
  • The Florida Bar

Courts

  • Colorado District Courts
  • Florida Courts (Southern District)
  • Florida State Courts
  • Illinois Courts (Northern District)
  • Minnesota District Courts

Media

Federal Court Jurisdiction: Removal Complexities and Common Pitfalls to Avoid in the Process

Partner Troy Seibert and attorney Maxwell Stape presented a webinar titled "Federal Court Jurisdiction: Removal Complexities and Common Pitfalls to Avoid in the Process" on October 7, 2020. This webinar was presented by FDLA and DRI. Removing a case from state court to federal court often provides strategic advantages for defense counsel and it can be a trap for the careless. Federal district cou...

Tackling Florida Roof Claims

Partner Troy Seibert and co-presenters Lincoln LeVarge (Tower Hill Insurance Group) and Robert M. Zaralban P.E. (S-E-A, Ltd.) presented "Tackling Florida Roof Claims" for the first annual Florida Insurance Network Symposium (FINS) in Tampa, FL on August 16, 2019. The panel addressed legal issues surrounding Florida roof claims, including the 25% Rule and Law or Ordinance Coverage. ...

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