Gordon FendersonAttorney Gordon Fenderson received a Bachelor of Science degree in political science from Appalachian State University and a Juris Doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law. He is a member of the Florida Bar, Jacksonville Bar Association, Middle District of Florida, and Florida Justice Association.
Concentrating his legal practice on personal injury accident claims and DUI defense, Gordon has represented clients throughout the state of Florida. He fights to recover losses from accident-related injuries while helping clients understand the legal and insurance landscapes. Gordon represents DUI defendants by giving them a strong voice in court and helping them through their difficult time with compassion, as well as providing the honest answers and information they need. In addition to practicing law, Gordon volunteers his time at a local children's hospital and as a judge in Teen Court which includes a local intervention program that helps first-time teenage offenders avoid incarceration and get their lives on the right track.
Amanda BrightAttorney Amanda Bright attended Florida State University where she received a degree in Mass Media Communication and graduated with honors. Following her time at Florida State, Ms. Bright was an award-winning news reporter and anchor, but left the news field to become an attorney, hoping to make a difference in the world. Ms. Bright received a Juris Doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law where she graduated in the top of her class and received numerous awards for her performance in academics, including the prestigious Book Award for her top grade in Business Associations.
Ms. Bright is passionate about justice, and focuses most of her time on defending those accused of crimes and fighting for those who have been injured at the fault of someone else. She also has a passion for the First Amendment and stands up for it any chance she can get. When Ms. Bright is not in the office, you’ll find her traveling with her husband, reading a good book or relaxing on the beach with her dogs. Over the years, Ms. Bright has been active in the community, donating her time to the American Heart Association, the Lupus Foundation of America, the Humane Society, and the Wounded Warrior Project.