“It’s very rewarding to know that not only did the client get the help they needed; the insurance company wasn’t able to push over someone who couldn’t defend themselves.”
Travis Lampert is an Associate at The Law Office of Talbott, Lampert, and Stoner, P.A. His practice areas focus on civil litigation, personal injury, social security, wage and hour, and workers compensation matters.
Earning his Juris Doctor from the University of Florida, as a student, Travis clerked for Stiles, Taylor & Grace, a workers’ compensation insurance defense firm, and for the United States Attorney’s office. Upon completion, he went to work for Levin Papantonio’s mass tort division, pursuing complex litigation cases across the county for 4 years, successfully representing plaintiffs in products liability cases involving the products Benicar, Invokana, and Essure, as well as businesses that suffered economic damages as a result of the BP Oil Spill.
In 2017, seeking to build his local practice, Travis came aboard at the Law Office of Talbott, Lampert, and Stoner, P.A. In his own words: “I knew that working with JJ would allow me to focus my practice on the local community. Meeting face to face with my clients, and getting to interact with the folks who need my help on a personal level is what drives me.”
Outside of work, Travis spends time with his wife, Crystal, and their dogs: Roger, Snoopy, and Penny. He volunteer’s as much as possible for local legal clinics where he provides pro bono services to members of the Pensacola community. He also frequently serves as a Big Brother for Big Brothers Big Sisters of NWFL. In his free time, Travis loves being active, including hiking and gaining proficiency in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Ryan Stoner is an Associate at The Law Office of Talbott, Lampert, and Stoner, P.A. His practice primarily focuses on wage and hour employment law, personal injury, civil litigation, and social security/disability matters.
A graduate of Western Michigan University Law School, Ryan interned as a judicial clerk in the 17th circuit court and worked at the Access to Justice Clinic, which provided legal services to indigent clients. Upon graduation and passing the Michigan Bar in 2015, Ryan opened a private practice in Hastings, MI, focused on criminal defense, family law, and child advocacy.
In 2018, Ryan moved to Pensacola and began his current journey with the firm, passing the Florida Bar in early 2019. He enjoys playing guitar, writing and performing music, reading literature, studying history, and playing softball. Ryan is involved with his church and enjoys hanging out with his Blue Heeler named “Cornbread.” He is also a former Golden Glove State Champion boxer, so don’t mess with Cornbread!
Mark Belcher is an Associate at The Law Office of Talbott, Lampert, and Stoner, P.A. His practice primarily focuses on workers’ compensation but also covers wage and hour, employment law, personal injury, civil litigation, and social security/disability matters.
Mark attended law school at the Ava Maria School of Law in Naples, FL. During law school, Mark interned with the Coweta Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office in LaGrange, Georgia, the Honorable Kathy Sturgis, a Judge of Compensation Claims, in Fort Myers, Florida, and with a United States District Court Judge. After graduating in the top 10% of his law school class in 2013, Mark immediately started a two-year federal clerkship with the Honorable John E. Steele in the Fort Myers division of the Middle District of Florida.
Following multiple internships and clerkships, Mark soon found himself on the Florida panhandle as an insurance defense associate at McConnaughhay Coonrod. After a few years of diving into the workers’ comp field, he desired to expand his field of practice and became an associate with the firm.
Outside of practicing law, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife, attending community-driven events, and absolutely loves to cook – so much so, Mark was featured in Pensacola’s “Men Who Cook” competition.