Practice Areas

Workers' Compensation

Broussard, Cullen & Blastic, P.A. believes that the best offense is a good defense.  For that reason, the most successful workers' compensation cases involve early intervention , along with a close and careful initial investigation as soon as a case arises.  This allows the attorneys and the claims adjusters to craft a litigation plan uniquely taylored to the defense of each claim.

Presumption - Heart/Lung Bill

The attorneys of  Broussard, Cullen & Blastic, P.A. offer exceptional experience in section 112.18 and section 112.181 presumption claims. Section 112.18 creates an evidentiary presumption that certain conditions suffered by firefighters, law enforcement officers, and correctional officers are compensable under workers' compensation. These conditions include hypertension, heart disease and tuberculosis and would not be covered by workers' compensation otherwise.

General Liability

Broussard, Cullen & Blastic, P.A.'s General Liability practice is committed to a cost-effective approach to defending its clients without sacrificing a zealous defense to all claims. In doing so, it is Broussard, Cullen & Blastic, P.A.'s philosophy that the best results are achieved when claims handlers and attorneys work side by side in the litigation process. This ensures the defense of claims is consistent with each client's business models and comports with each client's business plan.  Broussard, Cullen & Blastic, P.A.'s General Liability department is experienced in various forms of litigation. For examples of our General Liability Defense Practice areas, click the links below.

Appellate Advocacy

The attorneys of Broussard, Cullen & Blastic, P.A. provide experienced representation in appeals, petitions, and writs. Broussard, Cullen & Blastic, P.A. has represented clients in appeals to all of Florida's state appellate courts, as well as the United States Court of Appeal for the Eleventh Circuit. Broussard, Cullen & Blastic, P.A. attorneys have advocated legal positions for employers, servicing agents, and private companies in significant cases resulting in new policy.