Cary Cash is a Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney* who focuses his practice on Business and Civil Trial Oriented Litigation/Advocacy (commercial, banking, environmental, construction, premises liability, personal injury, and landlord/tenant) and Real Estate. *Board certified lawyers have met The Florida Bar’s highest standards for special knowledge, skills and proficiency in various areas of law and professionalism and ethics in the practice of law.
Mr. Cash served as the President of the St. Petersburg Bar Association in 2015. He served as President of the Pinellas County Trial Lawyers Association in 2009 and has been designated as a Rising Star by his peers in the legal community.
Mr. Cash not only advises individuals but also local and national insurance carriers, self-insured corporations, developers, financial institutions, real estate investment groups, title companies, management companies, governmental entities, home owner associations, and cooperatives regarding community management, finance, development, acquisition, conversion to resident ownership, corporate advice, loss recovery, special assets, and civil litigation matters. Mr. Cash has represented sellers, buyers and lenders in the sale, purchase and financing of residential and commercial real estate, including mobile home communities, housing developments, and shopping centers. Mr. Cash is a title agent with Attorney’s Title Fund and Old Republic and has extensive experience with simple and complex title issues arising out of a wide variety of real estate closings throughout the State of Florida.
Mr. Cash was previously an intern under the Honorable Paul M. Glenn, Chief Judge of United States Bankruptcy Court Middle District of Florida. Mr. Cash received the Judge Alexander Paskay Bankruptcy Award, William F. Blews Award for pro bono service, and the Raphael Steinhardt Award for character, leadership, and service to the community. Mr. Cash received “The Rock” award from the Inn of Court for exceptional community service and the “Rising Star” award from the St. Petersburg Bar Association. Mr. Cash also received the American Cancer Society’s Most Inspirational Cancer Survivor Award 1999.
Mr. Cash is a Master Mason and member of the Masonic Lodge, a member of the Leadership St. Petersburg (LSP Alumni 2007). He enjoys assistant coaching Little League baseball at Buffalo Creek, playing disc golf, shuffleboard, guitar, and shooting sporting clays. He most enjoys being a husband to the love of his life and being dad to his three sons. He hiked the entire Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine in 2000.
Areas of Practice:
Stetson University School of Law
University of South Alabama
Territory of Practice:
State of Florida