K.C. Bouchillon

After graduating magna cum laude from law school at Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi, in 1991, K.C. Bouchillon practiced in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi, until moving to Florida in 1994. He has been practicing law in Polk County since 1999, primarily in the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, homeowner’s insurance claims, and commercial/construction litigation.

Mr. Bouchillon is double board-certified in civil trial and in business litigation. Of the approximately 87,000 lawyers who are members of the Florida Bar, only about 100 hold this double certification.

Mr. Bouchillon is admitted to practice in all Florida state courts, the Northern, Middle and Southern Federal Districts of Florida, as well as in the State of Mississippi. He has argued appeals before the Second District Court of Appeal in Lakeland and the Third District Court of Appeal in Miami.

Mr. Bouchillon is a member of the Polk County Trial Lawyers Association, the Florida Justice Association, the American Association for Justice, and the Willson American Inn of Court. He has lectured on the subject of the admissibility of expert evidence in state, federal courts and on trucking litigation. He also volunteers as a Guardian Ad Litem and as a Magistrate in the Polk County Teen Court, which offers first-time teen offenders an opportunity to be judged by their peers, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Bartow/Fort Meade Unit of the American Cancer Society.

Mr. Bouchillon lives in Bartow, Florida, with his wife, Debra.

More than 200 Years Experience in Civil Trial Law


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