Mr. Douberly is a trial attorney with a focus on auto, trucking, premises liability, and product liability defense. He handles the defense of claims from pre-suit through trial, and has tried numerous multi-day civil jury trials in jurisdictions throughout Florida.
Mr. Douberly was born and raised in Sarasota, Florida. He graduated from the University of Florida with his undergraduate degree, then spent two years teaching English in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Seville, Spain, improving his Spanish language skills. Andy returned to the U.S. to attend law school at Florida State University, where he graduated in 2010. While in law school, Andy had the privilege of receiving a book award in International Business Transactions–a distinction given to the highest grade in the class. Through the FSU College of Law, Andy secured an internship position at the International Bar Association in London, England–a position reserved for only two American law students per year–where Andy spent a summer working on uniform international online gambling laws. Andy also spent a semester of law school abroad in Brisbane, Australia, where he studied international banking and trade law. Mr. Douberly was selected for inclusion as a “Rising Star” by Florida Super Lawyers in 2020.
Following graduation from law school, Andy became an Assistant State Attorney in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit, in Manatee County, FL, where he tried over 20 jury trials to verdict. In 2012, Andy joined the firm of Dickinson & Gibbons, P.A. In January 2019, he became a Partner with the firm.
Andy is an active member of the Florida Bar Association, the Sarasota County Bar Association, and the Florida Defense Lawyers Association. He is the current section chair of the Florida Bar 12th Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee, former co-chair of the Florida Defense Lawyer’s Association Young Lawyer’s Division, former editor of the Sarasota County Bar Association newsletter The Docket, and an active member of the Sarasota Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Douberly is admitted to practice in the State of Florida and the United States District Courts for the Middle and Southern Districts of Florida.