Jonathan A. Martin
Jonathan Martin brought his extensive trial experience and staid reputation for dedicated service to Aloia Roland in the Summer of 2022. He joins Senior Partners Ty Roland and Evan Lubell in leading the firm's Personal Injury & Wrongful Death department.
Jonathan began his law career with the 20th Judicial Circuit's Office of the State Attorney, serving as a prosecutor with the 20th Circuit State Attorney's Office. He was promoted to the prosecutor for all of Glades County in 2009, where he handled every case for the county, from misdemeanors to murders. He left the SAO in 2014 for private practice and was elected as Chairman of the Lee County Republican Party.
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He is an AV rated personal injury attorney who has been to trial over 90 times for both civil and criminal matters. Since entering private practice Jonathan has represented hundreds of injured clients and recovered well over ten million dollars from insurance companies.
Jonathan is married to his wife Amy Martin, who serves as an Assistant State Attorney with the 20th Circuit. She is an avid University of Florida fan, and they enjoy going to games with their three children.
Awards & Distinctions
Involvement & Education
Currently, Martin serves as a Trustee for Florida Southwestern State College and was a founding member of the Lee County Federalist Society. He has served on the 20th Circuit's Professionalism Committee and is an Eagle member of the Florida Justice Association, as well as an active member of the Lee County, Cape Coral, and Hendry/Glades Bar Associations.
- Florida, 2008
- U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Florida
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida
- Liberty University School of Law, J.D.
- Founding Chair, Honor Council
- Stetson University, B.A.
- Student Body President
- Stetson University, B.S.