Jeffrey A. Luhrsen was an honor student at the University
of Tampa before studying law at Stetson University and
Temple University. He graduated from U.T. in 1990 and
from Stetson, with honors, in 1993. He earned an LL.M. in
Trial Advocacy from Temple University Beasley College of
Law in 2008.
Mr. Luhrsen served as a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Army JAG Corps. As a
Judge Advocate, he served as Trial Counsel, Military Magistrate, and Special
Assistant U.S. Attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Following his JAG service, Jeff returned to Florida in 1998 and has been
representing only consumers with tort claims and insurance disputes ever
since. He concentrates on alcohol safety cases, representing DUI victims
and victims of underage drinking, including teenagers.
He was chair of MADD Florida’s Public Policy Council in 2007 and currently
serves as Chair of the Legislative Committee for the Sarasota Coalition on
Professional associations and recognitions include the highest possible
ratings in legal ability and ethical standards from Martindale-Hubbell and
memberships in the Florida Bar, the Virginia Bar, and the Florida Justice
Association. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers and a
member of the Multi-Million-Dollar Advocates Forum (limited to attorneys
with multi-million-dollar verdicts or settlements). In 2007, the Bradenton
Herald recognized Luhrsen Law Group as the “Best Law Firm” in Manatee
Mr. Luhrsen has been featured in the following publications: Florida Justice
Association Journal, September 2007: “Legal Grave Robbing: Discovery of
Psychotherapy Records in Florida Wrongful Death Cases”; and Florida Bar
Journal, November 2008: “Back to the Future.”
He and his wife, Julie, are both attorneys; they have two children.