Miles Wood IgouAssociate


200 West Forsyth Street
Suite 600
Jacksonville, FL 32202


904.328.6473 (fax)

Professional Profile

Miles is an associate in Carr Allison’s Jacksonville (FL) office. He is admitted to practice in Florida and focuses his practice on defending matters involving premises liability, personal injury and insurance coverage.

Miles graduated from Elon University (NC) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in strategic communications. From there, he earned his Juris Doctor from Florida State University College of Law. While there, Miles served as treasurer of Phi Alpha Delta, was a member of the trial team and completed a Certified Legal Internship through the Public Defender’s office in Tallahassee. After graduation, he continued his work with the Public Defender’s office, becoming an Assistant Public Defender and arguing many trials on behalf of clients.

Miles is originally from Orlando (FL) and in his free time he enjoys playing tennis, golf and fishing.

Practice Areas

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BA, Elon University (NC)

JD, Florida State University College of Law


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