Practice: Tampa Personal Injury Attorney, car, truck, and motorcycle accident claims. FL Motor Vehicle No-Fault “PIP”, Insurance Law.
I’m Philip Friedman’s singular goal as an attorney. As the founding shareholder of FL Legal Group, he believes he has one job when a client’s life is suddenly, and dramatically changed.
Before law school, Philip worked as a restaurant manager for well known national chains. His true calling led him to learn and serve others at Tulane where he guided the university’s legal outreach and assistance program. He obtained his Juris Doctor at Tulane University School of Law and his Master of Business Administration from the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University.
He holds management and hospitality management degrees from Appalachian State University, but his greatest victories have been at jury and bench trials where Mr. Friedman has advocated client’s rights before state and federal tribunals, state agencies, and appellate courts.
We are the ones who must help them right the wrongs that have been put upon them.
He has represented the interests of commercial, institutional and individual clients and is admitted to practice before all Florida state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Mr. Friedman was recently named a “Rising Star” by the Super Lawyer Magazine.
Mr. Friedman focuses his practice in the areas of insurance coverage, automobile, truck, and motorcycle accident claims (regardless of fault) and other negligent injury and wrongful death claims. His knowledge of Florida Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law (Personal Injury Protection or PIP insurance), administrative law (including occupational and professional licensing), and general civil litigation is extensive for the state of Florida. He started this practice in 2006 to direct the representation of clients in need.
He also spends his time researching policy and procedure and is invested in obtaining Appellate decisions for litigants before the Circuit Courts sitting in their Appellate capacity, District Courts of Appeals, and the Florida Supreme Court.