Meet Our Staff
Lindsey Cadwallader is a Certified Paralegal with over 12 years of experience in the industry, specializing in litigation support and with focus in personal injury, civil litigation, premises liability, products liability, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. Her experience working with the defense in the past has given her a deeper understanding of the defendant’s strategies, tactics, and approach. Lindsey is an integral part of civil tort cases from inception leading through to trial. Lindsey values the client’s opinion, worth, and well-being, and strives to help you get through the rough times that often present following an accident or loss.
EDUCATION / CERTIFICATIONS:
Ball State University, Indiana ABA-Accredited A.A. Legal Studies 2004-2006
GPA: 3.5; Dean’s List Presidential Scholar
NFPA PACE Certified Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam 2018
State of Florida and Indiana Licensed Notary Public 2011-Present
National Federation of Paralegal Associations 2018-Present
Southwest Florida Paralegal’s Association 2018-Present
Elizabeth “Liz” Owens
In 2000 Elizabeth began her career working in the personal injury field as a paralegal in Wilmington, Delaware. She gained invaluable knowledge working for an insurance defense firm where she remained for 14 years. Liz has worked on both sides of personal injury claims which has given her further insight into all aspects of personal injury law.
Liz recently moved to Venice, Florida in 2018 joining her husband, Gregg, who served 21 years in law enforcement in New Jersey, at the same time fulfilling a lifelong dream of “getting warm.” Liz jumped at the opportunity to work for Gerber Law as a paralegal immediately recognizing it was a “great fit.” Liz relishes the opportunity to assist people on a more personal level, and provide them with a caring, compassionate approach to their needs.
Trace graduated from University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences at the age of only 20. He was nationally ranked in the top 3% of moot court college students and will start law school in the fall of 2021. Trace had the opportunity to intern at the Sarasota County State Attorney’s Office where he gained appreciation for how life altering events can impact victims of crimes. This experience gave him empathy for those who are also injured as a result of the negligence of another such as that which happens in an auto accident or slip and fall. Trace helps us communicate with clients, medical providers and insurance companies. His commitment to our clients and the handling of their matters is unrivaled.