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Foley Mansfield's Miami office handles cases both for regional Florida-based companies and companies located throughout the nation. Our attorneys will often team with attorneys from our other offices to provide complete coverage in other areas of law. Opened in 2003, the office provides a view of Biscayne Bay, and is conveniently located just north of downtown Miami.

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Timothy J. Ferguson

Partner - Miami

786-441-2966

Tim Ferguson, a partner in the Miami office of Foley Mansfield, heads the Miami toxic tort and products liability team. Tim has successfully defended various liability claims for some of the world’s largest product, equipment and chemical manufacturers. In his 20 years of litigation experience, he has successfully defended claims alleging exposure to asbestos, benzene, radiation, chemical release, and mold.

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