Attorneys Zervos and Calta call Tarpon Springs, Florida, home, and they are dedicated to helping accident victims who may be at the mercy of insurance companies. Together they have over 45 years of personal injury law and trial experience. They met with each client individually, whether in their Tarpon Springs office or offsite if the injured person is unable to travel.
Tarpon Springs is a small town on the Gulf of Mexico with a Greek history, and known for sponge diving. There are many Greek restaurants and the historic sponge docks are a favorite with tourists. The quaint town is small, with an estimated population of about 25,000, but unfortunately, there are many accidents that happen along the US 19 corridor. Car accidents and pedestrian accidents happen regularly there, resulting in the need for their services.
They can help anyone who has been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, and they fight the insurance companies who want to settle for as little money as possible.
Accident victims could be entitled to different types of compensation. They go after all that you are entitled to so you can get back on you feet and resume your life. Compensation could include:
Talk to us about your legal rights and don’t let time run out on the statutes of limitations if you’ve been injured in Tarpon Springs.
Contact us by filling out the form on the right or call 727-937-3171 to schedule a free phone consultation.
Picture a small part of Greece transplanted to the northern area of Pinellas County in Florida. Well, your dream might just come true; the city of Tarpon Springs is a fulfillment of your imagination. With just over 25,000 residents, Tarpon Springs, FL is recognized for its deep Greek cultural heritage. It is the oldest neighborhood in the entire Tampa Bay area.
Greek immigrants flocked the area in the 19th century to work in what was then a flourishing sponge industry. Though the sponge industry is not what it used to be, Tarpon Springs never lost its touch of Greek culture, which explains its relatively high population of Greek-Americans. The local eateries offer exotic Greek dishes, and the downtown area features antique shops, specialty stores, and boutiques.
Tarpon Springs is a historical hub with over ten historical sites, several recreational facilities, and easy access to the beach area. This makes it a prime tourist destination.