Together, we have represented thousands of people who have experienced serious personal injury, unjust criminal charges, a challenging divorce/ child custody battle or the violation of their employment rights.
We represent people who have suffered injuries in automobile accidents, slip and falls and due to defective premises. We represent people faced with the terrible possibility of going to prison, couples going their separate ways and families in their darkest hour. We represent grieved public employees faced with losing their jobs, discipline without just cause and police officers under investigation for exercising deadly force. We hope you find our website educational and useful to prepare you in the challenge that lies ahead of you.
We are proud of our reputation of excellence and our highly effective and experienced team made up of attorneys, paralegals, investigators and support staff. We provide high-quality legal expertise, resources and support representing ordinary people who may have limited or no financial means to devote to the cost of litigation.
Learning beyond tests and books
What, no FCAT? No homework? A small K-8 school in Palm Harbor is the only one in Pinellas using the...
Beyond tests and books
What, no FCAT? No homework either? A small K-8 school's methods nurture and teach.
A bounty of farmers markets
Step out, enjoy the cooler air and pick up some fresh produce
or even hand-made crafts at the Clearwater...
Change of heart
Just four months ago, Pasco County didn't seem like a friendly place to the Rick Scott campaign. Nearly 250 people showed up Tuesday to greet...
Guns, aging rocker take center stage in 5th District ad campaigns
The congressional race is steeped in rock music and the smell of gunpowder.
Struggling firefighter gets a lift
Life had been spiraling downward for Pasco Fire Rescue firefighter-paramedic Matt Kemper. His mother and sister recently died in a Spring Hill house fire. He...
Former owner of cat dumped in bay ordered to never have animals again
Details of an animal abuse case that horrified the community last month came to light Wednesday in a Hillsborough County courtroom.