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Ver Ploeg & Marino, P.A. - Orlando, FL

Capital Plaza Two301 East Pine StreetSuite 790 Orlando, FL 32801

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Updated: 07/15/2021

Orlando Insurance Law Firm


Ver Ploeg & Marino provides strategic representation to policyholders involved in complex, high-stakes disputes with their insurance companies. From our offices in Miami, Orlando, and Philadelphia, our lawyers focus exclusively on serving the needs of individual and corporate policyholders throughout the United States. We also represent physician practice groups and hospitals in reimbursement disputes with health insurers...

About Ver Ploeg & Marino, P.A.

Practice Areas

  • Insurance Law
  • Business & Commercial Law
  • Bad Faith
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) -- Employee
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) -- Employer
  • Bad Faith Insurance
  • Insurance Defense

Published Works

  • Unraveling the Gordian Knot


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Office Information


Capital Plaza Two301 East Pine StreetSuite 790 Orlando, FL 32801

Office Hours

8:30am-5:30pm Mon-Fri


  • 407-601-7905

Other Offices

Ver Ploeg & Marino, P.A. (Main Office) 100 SE Second Street Suite 3300 Miami, FL 33131 - 2158 (305) 577-3996

Ver Ploeg & Marino, P.A. 2400 Market Street Offsite - Suite 242 Philadelphia, PA 19103 267-486-1151

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