At Milestone Consulting, we take great pride in our ongoing relationships with legal professionals that bring passion and compassion to everything they do.
One such relationship is with Laura Yaeger, an accomplished attorney affiliated with Morgan and Morgan, a Tampa-based law firm that specializes in personal injury cases. Ms. Yaeger focuses on cases involving complex litigation, mass torts, and product liability. She brings her wealth of experience to bear on each case and works tirelessly in support of her clients.
Recently, Ms. Yaeger has been instrumental in launching the LGBT Caucus in the American Association for Justice(AAJ, formerly ATLA), the national organization for trial lawyers interested in promoting accountability and safety, advocating for the civil justice system, improving communities, and enhancing the practice and thoughtful application of law.
As co-chair of this caucus, Ms. Yaeger is tasked with advocating for LGBT quality-of-life issues like marriage equality and advancing the conversation pertaining to justice and equal rights for the entire LGBT population, and championing diversity in the law. Women, minorities and people of the LGBT community often face incredibly greater challenges in their career paths in the law.
Milestone is proud to be a sponsor of AAJ’s LGBT Caucus. We believe strongly in these issues of social justice and pledge to always support causes; integral to our nation’s fabric of justice, critical in advancing a strong and diverse trial bar, of our communities and their lawyers regardless of their race, creed, religion, color of their skin or sexual orientation. Diversity in law firms and major corporations has proven to increase profits and the overall success of the business enterprise.
A West Point graduate where he served as captain and military aviator, John Bair continues his commitment to our country through his efforts within the settlement planning industry. He has represented families of victims lost in the Flight 3407 crash, offered pro bono services to the families of 9/11 victims and drafted the first consumer protection bill for plaintiffs (H.R. 3699).