Wes Pittman

The Pittman Firm, P.A.
PO Box 710
Panama City, FL 32402
850-784-9000
www.pittmanfirm.com


Born in Chester, South Carolina, Wes Pittman concentrates his practice of law in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, medical negligence, product liability, and employment discrimination. As the founder of The Pittman Firm, P.A., he is dedicated to serving the interests of injured people and consumers. His vow to represent people, not insurance companies or corporations, has been upheld through the firm's history.

He is licensed to practice law before all Florida state courts, U.S. District Courts of Florida, and the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits. In addition, he has been frequently involved in cases in other states throughout the U.S. and in foreign jurisdictions, including England, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and Italy.

Mr. Pittman has lectured extensively at professional conferences throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia on matters relating to personal injury and death cases. He has authored numerous professional articles for attorneys practicing in these areas.

He has served multiple terms on the board of directors of the Florida Justice Association, formerly known as the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, and on its executive committee. Attorney Pittman is a Florida member of the Association of Plaintiffs Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America (APITLA).

He is married to Jan Pittman, and they have three children. During his free time, Mr. Pittman’s hobbies include flying hot air balloons, airplanes, helicopters, fly fishing, and photography. His wife is a world champion equestrian.

He appears weekly on WMBB, the local ABC affiliate in Panama City, Florida, to discuss current legal topics and to provide consumer tips about automobile, motorcycle, maritime, and truck safety, product defects, harassment and discrimination in the workplace, and other diverse matters relating to personal injury and wrongful death.

Practice Areas

       
  • Personal Injury;
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  • Medical Malpractice;
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  • Products Liability;
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  • Railroad Litigation;
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  • Maritime Personal Injury;
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  • Consumer Class Actions