Attorney in Tampa
According to research from Transportation for America, Tampa is the second most dangerous major metropolitan area for pedestrians in the nation. If you sustained a life-altering personal injury or the loss of a loved one in an accident, Darrigo & Diaz is here to provide the legal representation you need.
With more than 75 collective years of experience behind us, we are qualified to take on any case and pursue the compensation our clients deserve. Additionally, our legal team includes Nadine Diaz, the only female, board-certified plaintiffs’ attorney in Tampa.
You don’t pay us unless we win your case. Call our office now to schedule a free consultation with our Tampa personal injury attorneys.
Driver Negligence Causes Pedestrian Accidents
Car / pedestrian accidents can stem from a wide range of circumstances, including:
- Distracted Driving (Texting, Talking on the Phone, Etc.)
- Drunk Driving or Drug Impairment
- Fatigued Driving (Especially in Low Visibility)
- Poorly Maintain Cars (Faulty Brakes, Etc.)
- Reckless Driving, Such as Speeding
Why Choose Our Tampa Personal Injury Lawyers?
Our firm includes the only female, board-certified plaintiff’s attorney in Tampa, Nadine Diaz. Additionally, we have more than 75 years of combined experience, and members of our legal team have earned their place in the Million-Dollar Advocates Forum™, an exclusive organization that recognizes lawyers who have obtained at least one million-dollar settlement for clients.
Are You the Victim of a Careless Driver?
If you’ve been hurt by a negligent driver, you deserve compensation for your damages. But you don’t have to face this challenge alone; Darrigo & Diaz can help. After an accident, you probably feel overwhelmed by unmanageable medical bills, missed wages, and other financial damages.
We can provide a legal strategy to help you seek full and fair compensation, so you can focus on recovering instead of dealing with the insurance company. For a free, no-obligation consultation regarding your case, call our office now.