Greg Bevillard is a trial lawyer who has handled general and complex civil matters in a wide variety of areas, including construction law, premises liability, products liability, commercial litigation, wrongful death, personal injury and mass torts. In the area of construction litigation, he has represented contractors, subcontractors, developers and owners in construction defect claims, breach of contract and other disputes. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Florida International University and received his Juris Doctor degree from the Shepard Broad College of Law at Nova Southeastern University. In law school, Mr. Bevillard was selected for a civil litigation externship with a Tier 1 boutique law firm in West Palm Beach, specializing in construction, land use and real estate.
Mr. Bevillard, a resident of Southwest Florida since 1980, began his legal career as an Assistant State Attorney for the 20th Judicial Circuit in Lee County, Florida. While there, he participated in numerous hearings, bench trials and jury trials. From there, he worked for a large, state-wide, civil defense firm which provided him extensive experience litigating cases involving significant legal issues and multi-million dollar claims. Most recently, he ran his own civil litigation practice. Throughout his career, he has proudly represented a diverse array of clients from individuals to small business owners to national corporations. Mr. Bevillard has handled thousands of cases through all aspects of civil litigation up to and including arbitration and trial.
- Shepard Broad College of Law, Nova Southern University, J.D.
- Florida International University, B.A., Political Science
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida