Mr. Green's approach to legal representation is to engage principled, and think-tank driven, legal strategies; he realizes each individual case is as unique as a human fingerprint. Experience proves the devil is in the details, which is where he invests the firm’s resources, time, energy, and focus when navigating his clients' legal matters.
We zealously defend individuals who have been charged with, or accused of, committing crimes ranging from DUI first offenses to violent felonies. DUI charges are of the most complex criminal charges the State has the burden of proving. Most people are unaware it’s possible to be arrested, charged, and convicted of a DUI without having driven at all. That’s why it is vitally important for anyone who has been arrested or charged with Drunk Driving in Tampa to immediately contact an experienced DUI defense lawyer who knows how to navigate the charge of driving under the influence.
Our goal is to improve our community by enforcing and protecting constitutional rights, liberties, and freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Constitution of the State of Florida. We file lawsuits for civil rights violations pursuant to the Civil Rights Act, which are commonly referred to as “Section 1983” lawsuits. Section 1983 suits allow people to sue state and local governments in federal court for where their rights under the United States Constitution or other federal statutes have been violated by a person deemed to have been acting under color of state or local law.
We represent people who have been injured as a result of vehicle negligence or unsafe defective conditions existing on private property and property open to the general public. We understand that for most, the road to recovery after a devastating injury is a long one. That's why we zealously advocate for our clients and fight to obtain the compensation our client's deserve for injuries resulting from another's negligence.
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While our office remains open during regular business hours, we are currently closed to the public for in-person client contact or consultations due to the effects of COVID-19. If you would like to consult with an attorney about a prospective legal matter, please give us a call at (813) 640-4000.