4601 N Armenia Ave Tampa, FL 33603
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Phone: (813) 998-9529
About George Lorenzo
George Lorenzo is the co-founder of the Lorenzo & Lorenzo law firm in Tampa. He specializes in personal injury, including car accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death, and premises liability lawsuits.
His background includes legal training and military experience. Before he started his private practice as a personal injury attorney representing accident victims, he served on both sides of a courtroom as a criminal prosecutor and a public defender.
George came to the U.S. from Cuba as a young child. His mother didn't read English, so he was largely on his own when it came to navigating his education. That didn't stop him, though.
He finished college and law school, and then became a lawyer for the JAG Corps, or the Judge Advocate General Corps, which is the legal branch of the Army. George didn't think he would end up in a combat situation as an Army lawyer, but that's just what happened when Desert Storm took place in 1990. He was chief of operational law during the war, and then returned to the U.S. when the conflict in Afghanistan was resolved.
George's career took several twists and turns — as both a criminal prosecutor and defender — before he launched into his own personal injury practice.
Today, he's been practicing law for nearly 30 years and specializes in personal injury and criminal defense cases.
Education and Experience
The University of South Florida (graduated in 1984)
Law School Attended
South Texas College of Law (graduated in 1987)
Bar Admissions and Certifications
- Florida State Bar (admitted since 1990)
- Texas State Bar (admitted in 1987 - inactive)
- Million Dollar Advocates Forum
- Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Honors and Awards
Bronze Star Recipient - Combat Veteran
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