Mike Martin is an attorney with unique understanding of agricultural and environmental issues. He enjoys working with agricultural interests or other land owners to solve problems relating to defective products, land contamination, or denial of insurance benefits. He is excellent about communicating with his clients and their existing counsel. In fact, he has been co-counsel with other attorneys in more than ten states. Mike was introduced to agriculture as a young man by hoeing citrus trees in spring, building barb wire fences in Florida’s Green Swamp in the summer, and mucking horse stalls year round. He is presently a Board member of the Florida FFA Foundation. A native of Lakeland, Florida, he attended college at Sewanee in Tennessee, before heading to the University of Florida where he obtained a doctorate in law. Mike tried his first jury trial two days after being admitted to the Florida Bar, and has tried numerous cases nationwide since that time. He lives in Lakeland, Florida with his wife Joy and their two daughters Kate and Rachel.