Michael J. Trentalange
Mr. Trentalange began his legal career with the Tampa office of Carlton Fields, one of Florida’s oldest and most respected law firms. In 1993, Mr. Trentalange started his own practice, specializing in the representation of Plaintiffs in civil litigation. In 2000, Mr. Trentalange and Elizabeth Kelley formed the current firm Trentalange & Kelley, P.A. Mr. Trentalange is Certified as a Specialist in Civil Trial Law by the Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. His practice is focused on the reprsentation of individuals who have suffered serious and catastrophic injuries. He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Florida Supreme Court, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, and the United States District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Florida.
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- Evaluation of Claim
- Initial Interview
- Initial Investigation
- Choice of Law
- Demand Letter
- General Tort Principles
- Common-Law Affirmative Defenses
- Intrafamily Immunity
- Premises Liability
- Statutory and Regulatory Violations
- Res Ipsa Loquitur
- Collateral Source Rule
- Death Cases
- Product Liability
- Damages in Personal Injury Cases
- Indemnification, Contribution, and Joint Tortfeasor Liability
- Emotional Distress in the Absence of Physical Injury
- Federal Employers’ Liability Act
- Professional Negligence
- Punitive Damages
- Auto Accidents
- COMPULSORY/NO-FAULT LAWS
- States with No-Fault and Meaning of No Fault
- Lawsuit Restriction
- Practice Note
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- Uninsured Motorist Protection
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- Premises Liability
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