Eric Colburn Sage
ERIC COLBURN SAGE After attending Fordham School of Law in New York, Mr. Sage came south and graduated from Nova School of Law in 1991. Mr. Sage was a member of Law Review, winner of the Krupnick & Campbell Award for Trial Excellence, winner of the Florida Bar Trial Lawyers Section Award, winner of Book Awards in both Trial Advocacy and Alternative Dispute Resolution and upon graduation was selected to be a National Member of The Order of Barristers for excellence and high honor in the art of courtroom advocacy. From 1991 to 1993, Mr. Sage was a felony prosecutor for the Miami-Dade State Attorneys Office, where he tried in excess of thirty trials as first chair. Mr. Sage decided to enter civil private practice when then State Attorney Janet Reno was sworn in as Attorney General for the Clinton Administration in 1993.
Mr. Sage joined the firm of Womack & Bass, P.A., in 1993, where he was responsible for all aspects of high-value personal injury cases on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants, from pre-suit to mediation and trial. He was asked to join the firm as partner in 2001 by founder Victor H. Womack and thereafter handled medical malpractice, catastrophic loss, wrongful death, product liability, and nursing home neglect cases.
Mr. Sage is resident in our Weston office, where he is part of the insurance and tort defense team. He focuses his practice on tort cases including products liability, construction, medical liability, defense of nursing home claims and other large loss claims.