When you are looking for an attorney, the odds are you are in a difficult, unfamiliar situation:
You have been injured in an auto accident and need medical treatment, have limited ability to work and pay your bills, and may be lacking your only means of transportation.
Your relationship has fallen apart and you need to legally untie the knot with a divorce, disentangle your finances and property, and secure fair visitation with your children.
You have been arrested for DUI and, depending on whether you have had previous DUI convictions, are looking at the possibility of losing your driver’s license without a hardship reinstatement, jail time, probation, fines, and impoundment or immobilization of your only form of private transportation.
You want to speak directly to the lawyer who will be handling your case, an attorney who will listen to your cares and concerns without judgment, who will provide you the legal assistance and information you desire, based on knowledge and experience, and who will return your calls, emails and texts in a timely manner.
Although scheduling appointments and court dates do not require your talking to an attorney, many clients are better served when your substantive questions are answered directly by your attorney.
When you hire the law firm of David S. TenBrook, P.A., most of your communication will be with David TenBrook, because we believe in personal service and believe that information is better exchanged through fewer intermediaries.
Because it is 2018, and the world continues to grow smaller, we are also mobile. Although located in Palm Harbor, Florida, we serve the entire State of Florida with a focus on Palm Harbor and Tampa Bay. We have represented clients in cases from Ft. Myers in Lee County to Ft. Lauderdale in Broward County to Tallahassee in Leon County.
We communicate with you in person, by text, by phone, by email and by video conference, depending on your schedule and your preferences. We will schedule an appointment with you in an office building near your location, or in your home, office, or other facility in which you may be living temporarily or permanently, such as a hospital or nursing home.