100% committed to our clients above all other considerations.

We will do everything it takes to protect and advance the rights of our clients.


Ogle Law is a team of legal professionals. At Ogle Law, we accept only a select number of cases. This is so that we can devote all of the time and resources it takes to achieve excellence in the service of each and every one of our clients.

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Ogle Law Serves Gainesville & Daytona Beach, FL

Aggressive Personal Injury Lawyers in Gainesville, FL

& Medical Malpractice Lawyers Daytona Beach, FL

Our Clients Come First

Ogle Law is a team of legal professionals. We are 100% committed to the interests of our clients above all other considerations. Once we accept representation of a case, we will do everything it takes to protect and advance the rights of our clients.

At Ogle Law, we accept only a select number of cases. This is so that we can devote all of the time and resources it takes to achieve excellence in the service of each and every one of our clients.

Our Legal Strategy – Trial or Settlement

Being Board Certified in Civil Trials does not mean that all of our cases have to go to trial. However, being able try a case successfully is most often the key to a fair and just settlement. William Ogle always prefer a good settlement to a trial, because that is best for our clients. In fact over 90% of our cases are settled before going to trial.

But, it is important that insurance companies and opposing lawyers know that William Ogle is able and willing to go to trial if a settlement offered is unfair or unjust. Sometimes an insurance company wants to save money by offering inadequate compensation. Sometimes wrongdoers just will not acknowledge a wrong that has been committed. Sometimes an insurance company or large corporation believes that with smart lawyers they can fool the jury. It is in these rare circumstances that the ability to successfully represent a case in court is a necessary tool to use in the service of our clients.

In an ideal world there would be no necessity for courts or trials because those who needlessly injure others would admit their mistake and come forward to correct the scales of justice by compensating those who have been harmed. Until then, when wrongdoers refuse to accept responsibility for their actions, William Ogle has the skills to hold them accountable in a court of law.

Our Medical Legal Expertise

Ogle law concentrates much of its efforts in the field of legal medicine and comes by this naturally. Mr. Ogle’s father, a graduate of Columbia Medical School in New York, was a pioneering and highly respected medical doctor in the field of anesthesia. Mr. Ogle’s mother, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, is a registered nurse.

Growing up in the medical community, Mr. Ogle spent many hours in the hospital observing surgeries and other medical procedures. He became familiar with the health care environment and the medical issues and terminology involved. From his mother and father he inherited a commitment and concern for the welfare of patients and their right to the expectation of good medical care. It was natural then that after graduation from law school, Mr. Ogle chose to work in the medical/legal field. In the years since his first medical case in 1982, Mr. Ogle has successfully represented hundreds of medical, hospital, and dental patients.

If you experienced injuries that were caused by another’s negligence, you may seek compensation in a personal injury lawsuit. Individuals, corporations and others have a duty to exercise reasonable care and caution and to behave in a manner that does not harm others… read more

Medical Malpractice & Patient’s Rights

Today, hospitals and health care professionals have access to complex and potentially dangerous methods of treatment for disease. Surgical and medical devices made to save lives can also injure or even take lives if not operated safely. Hospital and health care professions therefore must follow safety rules which, like traffic rules, keep patients safe… read more