Trevor S. Hutson, Esq.

Trevor S. Hutson is a third generation trial lawyer with over thirty years of experience in complex, high-profile real estate litigation cases. He is best known for work throughout Florida representing property owners and business owners in eminent domain proceedings. His energetic style of practice reflects his view that it is a privilege to protect the civil right of private ownership and that the practice of law is a high professional calling. Andrew also has experience in cases involving property valuation, division, and use. With a passion for protecting private property, he founded Brigham Property Rights Law Firm in 2012.
In 2008, Andrew was lead counsel in a case against the Jacksonville Port Authority, where he obtained a jury verdict of $67,410,000. That is the largest in Florida state court eminent domain proceedings to date. In 2013-2018, he was lead counsel obtaining three of the four largest jury verdicts in Florida state court eminent domain proceedings against the Florida Department of Transportation in the same five year period in the amounts of $2,800,000, $2,900,000, and $4,905,000. More recently, in 2019, he served as eminent domain co-counsel in a case resulting in the largest pre-suit settlement with the Florida Department of Transportation in the preceding five years in the amount of $23,000,000. Additionally, Andrew has represented owners in takings cases against NextEra Energy (Florida Power & Light and Gulf Power) and also Florida Gas, Gulfstream, Sabal Trail, and Peoples Gas.
Andrew is a graduate of Wheaton College, Chicago, Illinois (B.A., English Literature, 1988) and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida Levin College of Law (J.D. 1991). He was admitted into the Florida Bar in 1991 and is also admitted to practice before the United States Northern, Middle, and Southern District Courts in Florida and the United States Eleventh Circuit Court.