My friend Dr. Jay Grife is former practicing DPM do to a medical condition left the practice of medicine and went to Law School.  As his inability to work as a defense attorney, he started working as a plaintiff’s attorney  www.FootLaw.com

This is a great opportunity to speak with an attorney and get his thought on the medical malpractice environment   Ask your questions live

 

Education University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida: 1997 Master of Arts – Department of History (Legal History). University of Florida College of Law, Gainesville, Florida: 1992-1995 Juris Doctor – May 13, 1995. Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida: 1989-1991, Summa Cum Laude B.A. Major- History Minor-Political Science. Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio: 1970-1974 Doctor of Podiatric Medicine – May, 1974. State University of New York – Stony Brook, Stony Brook, Long Island, New York 1968-1970.

Professional Experiences 1984-1989: Medical director, corporate president, and active practitioner of Ankle and Foot Clinics of Jacksonville, Inc. 1984-1986: President: Northeast Florida Podiatric Medical Association. 1975-1984: Active surgical practice and president – Jay S. Grife, D.P.M.,P.A. 1974-1975: Medical and surgical residency – Cleveland, Ohio.

Additional Professional Activities 1996-1998: Assistant Professor and developer of course in “Law and Medicine” being taught at the University of North Florida. 1996-1998: Developed course entitled “The Evolution of Law Through the Constitution and Other Great Cases.” Scheduled January, 1999. 1995-1998: Jacksonville University – Adjunct Professor – Department of History. 1995-1998: University of North Florida – Adjunct Professor – Department of Political Science. 1984-1989: Chairman – Methodist Hospital Podiatry Department. 1984-1985: President – NE Florida Podiatry Association. 1982-Current: Board Certified American Board of Podiatric Surgery (Foot and Ankle Surgery). 1983-Current: Fellowship – American College of Foot Surgeons. 1973-1974: President Phi Alpha Pi Professional Fraternity.

Professional Memberships Current: – Florida Bar Association; – Jacksonville Bar Association; – American College of Legal Medicine; Current: – American Podiatric Medical Association; – Florida Podiatric Medical Association; – American College of Foot Surgeons; – American Board of Podiatric Surgery.

Dr. Grife is admitted to practice law in the State of Florida and his practice is limited to issues of medical malpractice and health related law topics. He has worked with counsel of other States as to matters involving personal injury and medical malpractice cases, particularly involving the leg, ankle, and foot.