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We are thrilled to welcome Attorney Jamie Goodwin to the KJC Team.  

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Attorney Jamie Goodwin concentrates on legal matters arising out of his client’s ability or inability to work.  He has represented employees and labor organizations up and down the I-95 corridor.  Although he has represented Employers, his passion is representing individuals and the entities that represent them. His practice primarily focuses on workers’ compensation, labor & employment, social security disability, and public sector disability retirements.  Jamie diligently represents his clients from the first consultation to the Courthouse and will continue to do so as a member of the KJC team. 

Attorney Goodwin is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of Florida.  Jamie received his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (2005) and sought his Juris Doctor degree at Northeastern University’s School of Law (2008). He is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (2008), the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts (2011), and the State of Florida (2015). 

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KJC is extremely proud to announce that two of our firm’s attorneys –Kathy Jo Cook John Martin – have been appointed as state co-chairs of the American Association for Justice Business Interruption Insurance Committee. In this role, Kathy and John will provide fellow attorneys with the best business interruption insurance information and professional assistance needed to successfully serve their clients. This position is an amazing honor! 

Business Interruption During COVID-19:

During the COVID-19 pandemic, business litigation cases have been on the rise. These cases involve contractual conflicts between businesses and their insurance companies; specifically, businesses are filing business interruption claims due to the COVID-19 pandemic that are being rejected. What does this mean? Most commercial property insurance policies provide coverage for business income loss by adding an endorsement to the insured’s property policy. This endorsement is designed to protect the insured for losses of business income it sustains as a result of direct loss, damage, or destruction to insured property by a covered peril. Although many such clauses are in use today, a typical business income insurance clause reads as follows:

Introducing Attorney Jon Karon

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Career

Jonathan A. Karon is the founder of Karon Law LLC and has recently joined the KJC Law Firm LLC as Of Counsel. Jon’s practice primarily consists of plaintiff’s personal injury cases and general civil litigation. His active trial practice includes traumatic brain injuries, amusement ride accidents, product liability, and other serious personal injury cases as well as general civil litigation. Renowned as one of the state’s best trial lawyers, Jon’s noteworthy cases include successfully representing a young girl who suffered a tragic head injury due to a defective motor cover on an amusement ride; a young boy who survived a traumatic brain injury but lost all his social skills; a young woman who broke her neck as the result of a defective go kart seat belt; and the surviving family of a wife/mother who lost her life due to an unreasonably dangerous aftermarket snowmobile part.

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