Ed Krieger has practiced law for 37 years. He graduated from Florida State University College of Law with Honors in 1977. He interned for The Honorable William Henry Stafford, Jr. in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida. He began his private career in Miami working with the law firm of Frates, Floyd, Stewart, Richman & Greer, P.A. Ed became skilled in representing people injured at railroad crossing accidents. In 1984, Ed was elected President of the Young Lawyer’s Division of The Florida Bar and served on The Florida Bar Board of Governors for two years. In 1985, Ed was made a partner in the Miami office of Holland & Knight, LLP. He practiced in the litigation department where his focus was in product liability cases. While at Holland & Knight, Ed sat in the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association. Thereafter, Ed opened his own practice in Miami and began focusing more of his practice on medical malpractice cases representing patients injured by the negligence of physicians and hospital staff. In 1986, Ed tried, along with a colleague, the first documented defective breast implant case in the country and obtained a favorable verdict for his client.
Throughout the years, Ed has tried numerous types of personal injury and wrongful death cases as well as complex medical malpractice cases. He has argued appellate cases at the state level and at the Federal level.
Ed and his wife, Brenda, left Tampa, Florida in 2010 and moved to Dallas to be closer to family. He is licensed in Texas, Florida, and Colorado. Ed considers his most significant asset in the practice of law to be his ability to establish rapport with his clients and to gain their confidence in working as a team.