Joseph F. Diaco, Jr., Esq.AV® Preeminent™ 5.0 out of 5.0
Joseph F. Diaco, Jr. is committed to helping injury victims in personal injury claims. Mr. Diaco began building a reputation as an aggressive advocate while litigating complex insurance cases early in his legal career beginning in 1995. For nearly 2 decades, Mr. Diaco has managed thousands of injury claims, deposed hundreds of experts (including doctors), and successfully handled dozens of jury trials
Mr. Diaco grew up in St. Petersburg, and he graduated from Northeast High School in 1988. He earned a BS in Communications and a minor in Psychology from Florida State University in 1992. He also served as treasurer and President of Scalphunters, FSU’s largest student booster organization and remains a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. Jay Diaco completed his legal studies at Stetson University College of Law in 1995 where he excelled as a member of the Stetson Trial Team.
Mr. Diaco is the noted attorney of record for significant outcomes in wrongful death cases, aviation accidents, commercial vehicle injury claims, catastrophic injury claims, medical malpractice claims, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, complex product liability claims, catastrophic Worker’s Compensation cases and First Amendment cases.
It is not uncommon to read the phrase “personal injury attorney” without possessing a solid understanding of what the phrase means. A personal injury attorney in Tampa, FL is a legal professional who provides representation to individuals who have been hurt as the result of the negligence of a company or person. The personal injury lawyer will be knowledgeable in, and have more experience in the area of law established to relieve people who have suffered harm from the wrongful acts committed by others. The lawyer will often work on legal matters involving a traffic collision, injuries suffered while at work, medical malpractice and a variety of other cases. Most importantly, the personal injury attorney will help you navigate through the rough waters after your injury has occurred.