At Lorenzo & Lorenzo, we specialize in handling personal injury cases. We show our commitment to fighting for you by handling each personal injury case on a contingency fee basis. You are never charged a consultation fee for meeting with an expert attorney who specializes in personal injury cases, and you pay attorney fees and costs only after we are successful in obtaining a recovery for you.
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George A. Lorenzo, Esq.
Mr. Lorenzo graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in Finance and General Business Administration in 1984. He received his Juris Doctor from South Texas College of Law in 1987. Thereafter, Mr. Lorenzo served in the U.S. Army as defense counsel for military personnel accused of criminal offenses and as Chief, Operational Law during Desert Storm where he was awarded the Bronze Star for meritorious service during war.
After spending several years in the military, Mr. Lorenzo served as an Assistant State Attorney in Hillsborough County. He prosecuted all levels of felonies and misdemeanors focusing on sexual battery and DUI cases. He then joined the Office of the Public Defender as the Felony Bureau Chief, where he supervised over 50 attorneys and litigated numerous high profile cases. Mr. Lorenzo has been practicing law for nearly 30 years, is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and is licensed to practice law in Florida and Texas. Mr. Lorenzo is an expert in handling personal injury and criminal defense cases.
Carl DiCampli, Esq.
Director, Litigation Department
Carl is an AV® Preeminent™ rated attorney. The AV® Preeminent™ rating indicates that an attorney has reached the height of professional excellence, demonstrating the highest level of skill, ethics and integrity. An AV Rating is achieved only through independent peer review.
Carl was born in Philadelphia, raised in Delaware and moved to Florida in 2004. He graduated from the University of Tampa with a degree in Finance and received his Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law. While at Widener, Carl interned at the State Attorney’s Office assisting deputy attorney generals in the prosecution of those charged with criminal offenses and also represented indigent individuals with family law matters for a non-profit organization. Thereafter, Carl clerked for a Superior Court Judge, who presided over both criminal and civil jury trials. He assisted the Judge with all phases of the litigation, including the drafting of written legal opinions. He then has handled a full spectrum of litigation matters; represented individuals who have been injured, represented defendants sued in personal injury matters, worked as in-house counsel for an insurance company, and defended those charged with criminal offenses.
Carl has been practicing law for over fifteen years. He has also been very active in the community, serving as a Teen Court Judge, a Justice Teaching Volunteer, a Pro Bono attorney for the Florida Attorneys Saving Homes and President for Lutz Baseball, Inc., a non-profit Cal Ripken baseball league. He resides in Lutz, Florida with his wife and three children.