Mediator's Profile


Thomas Herzog

Business Name: Herzog Mediation

Thomas Herzog graduated from the University of Miami and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Following a career which included private security, air, and ground ambulance and approximately thirty years in Law Enforcement Tom went back to school to learn about mediation and has been actively doing mediations in Florida since 2011.

Over the years, Tom has attended over thirty specialty training programs ranging from:

  • Child Abuse Investigation
  • Traffic Homicide
  • Civil Liability
  • Injury and Death Investigation
  • Railroad Grade Crossing Investigations
  • Dignitary Protection

Tom is a Florida Supreme Court Certified County, Circuit, Family, and Dependency Mediator and has mediation experience throughout Florida and North Florida. He specializes in mediating:

  • Personal injury
  • Law enforcement related cases
  • Debt collection
  • Victim-offender
  • Landlord/tenant
  • Community issues
  • Homeowner associations


  • William Rainey Harper College, IL, associate degree in Police Administration, 1970
  • University of Miami (FL) Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology 1972


  • Contract Mediator, Second Judicial Circuit (2012-Present)
  • Contract Mediator, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit (2016-Present)
  • Contract Mediator Department of Financial Services (2015-Present)


  • Florida Supreme Court Certified County Court Mediator
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court Mediator
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Court Mediator
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Dependency Mediator
  • Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator
  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court (Jacksonville) Qualified Foreclosure Mediator
  • Assistant Trainer for Certified County, Circuit, and Family Mediation Training


  • Primary Trainer for Certified County Mediation Training Programs


Appointed by the chief justice of the Florida Supreme Court to serve on “The Mediator Qualifications and Discipline Review Board” (hereinafter “Board”) which is responsible for accepting grievances against certified and court appointed mediators; determining good moral character for applicants and currently certified mediators; determining probable cause regarding grievances filed against certified and court-appointed mediators and applicants for certification; conducting hearings regarding certified and court-appointed mediators and applicants for certification; and disciplining certified and court appointed mediators and applicants for certification.

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