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  • 10 Jul 2013

    Kaley Darrigo Earns Spot in Top 20%, Carries on Family’s Legal Legacy

    Posted By Darrigo & Diaz

    At Darrigo & Diaz, we love celebrating our community and family. So we’re really proud to share that founder Ron Darrigo’s daughter, Kaley, has earned a spot in the top 20 percent of her 2015 graduating class at Stetson University — her father’s law school alma mater. She has even been invited to participate in
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  • 10 Jun 2013

    Calling Supporters for Walk Now for Autism Speaks Sponsorship

    Posted By Darrigo & Diaz

    Last year, Darrigo & Diaz sponsored a child at the 2012 Spring Walk Now for Autism Speaks event at Raymond James Stadium, where all contributions help support families with autistic children. We are posting this blog entry now to keep this very important cause top-of-mind in our community of Old Tampa. At Darrigo & Diaz,
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  • 13 May 2013

    Tampa Earns Second Highest Road Rage Fatality Rate in the U.S.

    Posted By Darrigo & Diaz

    As the cause of 56% of fatal vehicle accidents, aggressive driving has become an urgent problem. And it just got personal, as Tampa reached an alarming rate of 9.5 fatalities per 100,000 drivers—the second highest death rate in the nation behind San Bernardino, California. Florida seems to top the list in this road rage category, with
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  • 07 May 2013

    Tampa Traffic Fatalities Soar

    Posted By Darrigo & Diaz

    Along with the rest of the nation, Tampa has recently seen a disturbing increase in fatal car crashes. This spike is particularly troubling considering Florida’s improvements in previous years. Until 2012 when fatalities rose five percent, the entire nation experienced a seven-year decline in death rates, reaching record lows. For Tampa, many speculated that Florida’s
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