Serving Polk County Since 1994
At the law firm of DDB Law, we spend our days in the courtrooms of Lakeland, standing up for the rights of accident victims.
Our attorneys do not back down when personal injury and wrongful death cases get challenging. We face those challenges head on, fighting to get results that match our clients’ goals.
Lakeland Workers Compensation Attorneys
A common misunderstanding among accident victims in Central Florida is that they need to go to Tampa or Orlando to get strong legal representation. This is not true. Our experienced lawyers are based in Lakeland.
We believe that you should always enlist a local lawyer to handle a local case—a representative who is familiar with the local court system, the local judges and the local people who serve on the juries.
Our attorneys have strong ties to the area. They grew up here, went to high school here, and have been practicing law here from the start.
Accident Cases Require Experienced Lawyers
Each of the partners at our firm possesses at least 20 years of experience. Pat T. DiCesare began his career in 1986, as did Taylor Davidson. Harold E. Barker started in 1985.
There are 85,000 attorneys in the state of Florida. Many of them have experience, but only a small handful are board certified. We have attorneys at our firm who are certified in both workers’ compensation and civil trial.
Another factor that sets us apart is our commitment to personal attention in every case. Our lawyers get to know our clients. The lawyer you see at the start of your case will see you through to the very end.
We Only Get Paid If and When We Get Results
You are not required to pay any attorney fees unless we get results in your accident case. All personal injury and wrongful death cases are handled on a contingency basis.
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