Elizabeth Tosh is a trial attorney who practices in the areas of general civil litigation, including wrongful death, personal injury, products liability, premises liability, trucking and automobile accident cases, as well as construction defects, professional liability, nursing home and medical malpractice litigation. She has significant experience in liquor liability litigation, as well as catastrophic damages cases.
In the realm of construction defect, Ms. Tosh has represented design professionals, as well as various subcontractors, including window, roofing, painting, and structural concrete contractors, as well as materialman. She has been involved in complex litigation of residential and commercial properties.
Ms. Tosh received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Flagler College, in St. Augustine, Florida in 2003 and her Juris Doctor from Valparaiso University School of Law in 2006. In law school, she served as a teaching assistant for the legal writing program for two years and served as a board member for the Moot Court Society. Ms. Tosh was a member of the winning team for the Luther Swygert Competition and competed nationally at the University of Minnesota’s Civil Rights Competition, writing a brief that scored in the top 15% of all briefs. She clerked with Judge Jeffrey Dywan, an Indiana state court judge, while in law school.
Ms. Tosh is admitted to practice before all county and circuit courts in the State of Florida; in front of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the U.S. Courts of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit. She is a member of the Florida Bar, the Florida Bar’s Young Lawyer’s Division, and the Hillsborough County Bar Association.
Ms. Tosh is actively involved in the legal community and volunteers her time with various charitable groups, including Habitat for Humanity, Metropolitan Ministries and frequently proctors the Florida Bar exam.