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Litigation Attorneys in Temple Terrace,
Open Late, Seeking Justice for You!

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The Temple Terrace Law Group was opened to fulfill the needs of this community and the surrounding Bay area.  You have many options when selecting an attorney, so why choose us?

✔ Open late

✔  Free consultations with no further solicitation

✔ Responsive Attorneys

✔ Highly rated firm

✔ Low hourly fees

✔ Prompt updates on your matter

✔ For injuries and insurance disputes we will litigate aggressively when needed, and will only get paid if you get paid.

✔ Seeking Justice for You!


Byron and Kimberly met during law school and have been friends ever since.  Utilizing each of their skill sets, they opened the Temple Terrace Law Group together.


Client - Felicitous Coffee

"We worked with Byron at TT Law Group on a recent issue. Firstly I have to speak to Byron's character- he is super easy to get along with and explains legalities in a way that is easy to comprehend but extremely informative. He's a local himself so he truly cares about the individuals and small businesses around him. Unlike other attorney's we've dealt with, TT Law were never condescending and provided multiple avenues to resolve our issue. We knew of them previously but after finally interacting with them on a professional level and seeing how thorough and responsive they were, we will absolutely be utilizing their services for our personal and business needs from this point forward. Thanks guys!"



Car crashes per day in Florida


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Open late M-Th

til 2pm on Fri


Mission -

Seeking Justice for you



Call for a Free Consultation: 813-988-9898

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Office Address

10936 N. 56th Street, Suite 201

Temple Terrace, FL 33617


Email us, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.



In-Office Hours

M-Th: 10 am - 7 pm

F: 10 am - 2 pm

And by appointment

Free consultations are limited for matters that fall into our practice areas, and that the attorney's believe that they are able to assist with.  It's within our discretion to deny moving forwards with a free consultation for any reason, specifically including: the case doesn't sound like its within our practice area, nor one that we would be able to assist with, we're too backlogged to proceed with new matters, or there's a conflict of interest. 

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