You are stuck in unfamiliar territory. You don’t know what your rights are or what you are entitled to. You have some family and friends telling you that you need to hire a lawyer. What do you do? You should research and interview potential workplace injury lawyers.
At Law Office of Brian D. Tadros, P.A., we provide our clients with high quality legal services in the area of workers’ compensation. Although Attorney Tadros handles only workers’ compensation cases, he is active in the community and has a strong business network, allowing him to provide referrals to competent lawyers he has personal relationships with in fields outside of his personal practice. These areas include: construction law, corporate law, criminal law, family law, guardianship, trusts, estates and probate, and personal injury. This is important because Attorney Tadros strives to provide his clients with solutions to their problems. Sometimes those problems extend outside the scope of a workers’ compensation claim and, in such circumstances, our client’s well-being is our number one priority. Having this expanded network of other professionals available for our clients is a useful asset.
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines an advocate as:
“1. one who pleads the cause of another; specifically : one who pleads the cause of another before a tribunal or judicial court
2. one who defends or maintains a cause or proposal
3. one who supports or promotes the interests of a cause or group”
and defines counselor as:
1. a person who gives advice or counseling
2. LAWYER; specifically : one that gives advice in law and manages cases for clients in court…”
These two words sum up how we view our role in our clients' cases as succinctly as possible. Attorney Tadros explains the ins and outs of workers’ compensation cases to his clients, allowing them to understand what they are and are not entitled to. In the end, the priority is to make sure that his clients are treated fairly.
Brian D. Tadros, Esquire is a long-time Florida resident. He was born in Michigan but moved to Florida as a young boy. He was raised in Jacksonville, FL, which will always be his home.
He graduated from the University of North Florida in 2000 before attending law school at Florida Coastal School of Law. He obtained his Juris Doctor degree in 2004.
Before even attending law school, Mr. Tadros worked as a legal assistant for a plaintiff firm in Jacksonville, Florida, handling nothing but workers’ compensation cases. He continued to work in this capacity throughout law school and as an attorney before relocating to Winter Springs, Florida in 2006.
He then began working for a regional, multi-state defense firm doing nothing but defending employers and insurance companies in Florida workers’ compensation cases. After 6 years with this firm, he and one of the owners decided to step out on their own and start a new firm. He worked for that firm for roughly 6 years, doing both work for insurance companies/employers and injured workers before striking out on his own to open the Law Office of Brian D. Tadros, P.A.
Mr. Tadros has been a member of the Florida Bar for over 17 years. He is AV – Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell. This rating is obtained through evaluations by other legal peers who evaluate a lawyer’s legal knowledge, analytical capability, judgment, communication, and legal experience. This is the highest rating available through this process and is indicative of Mr. Tadros’ dedication, diligence, and high ethical standards.
Additionally, Mr. Tadros is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court Mediator, permitting him to serve as a private mediator.
Over the course of his legal career, Mr. Tadros has represented injured workers, employers, and insurance companies. This wide variety of experience provides him with a unique perspective which assists him in achieving the best possible outcome for his clients.
Brian enjoys spending time with his family, watching soccer and enjoying live music.