David B. Switalski Attorney at Law



Passion, Experience, Trust

David B. SwitalskiDavid B. Switalski is a civil litigation attorney in Tallahassee, Florida who is committed to serving his clients by providing individual, honest, and passionate legal representation. Every person deserves an advocate who will focus on him or her and provide clear and concise advice in a timely manner with respect and compassion. Whether you are the victim of an accident or injustice, or need advice on a business or estate plan, the Law Office of David B. Switalski will be there for you.

As a trial advocate, David Switalski fights for the victims of negligence who have been seriously injured or killed. Mr. Switalski fights for those who have been sexually harassed in the workplace, and discriminated against because of their race, gender, or age. As former litigation counsel to many cities and counties in North Florida, he represents those who have had their constitutional and other rights violated by government entities.

As a counselor of the law, David Switalski provides advice to his business clients on a number of issues including corporate governance, corporate reorganization, and liability avoidance, so each can achieve the professional goals he or she desires. Our services in this area also include contract drafting and review as well as litigation. David Switalski also advises individuals how to best plan for the end of life through the drafting of wills and trusts, and the administration of probate.

As a sole practitioner, David Switalski will handle your case personally from beginning to end, and provide you with the tools to help you make the legal decisions that are in your best interest.

We invite to get to know us better by browsing through our website. Any questions, comments, or concerns can be directed to Mr. Switalski by requesting a "Case Evaluation" or calling (850) 222-6200 to speak to with him immediately. We look forward to meeting you.


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