About Us

Chiappetta Trial Lawyers is dedicated to defending people who can’t defend themselves. We give a voice to those living with injuries or disabilities in need of compensation or supplemental income, and we are an advocate for policyholders battling denied or underpaid claims. Chiappetta Trial Lawyers champions the rights of Floridians when insurance companies and other powerful entities threaten them. We don’t back down until we see that those wrongs have been righted. No dispute is too small and no fight too big for Chiappetta Trial Lawyers.

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We Make it Our Business to Fight for You.

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People with disabilities, those who have recently been injured, and policyholders who are battling their insurance companies are faced with enough obstacles—access to justice shouldn’t be one of them. That’s why we make it our mission to provide equal access to justice for all, not just the rich and powerful. From filing a lawsuit or disability claim, to negotiating a settlement or filing an appeal, we are committed to seeing this process through for our clients. For compassionate, experienced legal counsel, count on Chiappetta Trial Lawyers.


Attorney and Founder Nick Chiappetta was educated and licensed to practice law in Florida. He has won hundreds of personal injury and insurance dispute cases and garnered a reputation for providing trustworthy and skilled legal representation in the Sunshine State. As a proud member of the Florida State Bar, Attorney Nick Chiappetta is eager to serve his community and help residents of Florida succeed in their legal endeavors.


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  • When you purchase a product, you expect a reasonable level of safety when using it as intended. Unfortunately, countless dangerous products are distributed and sold every day across the United States.
  • An accident caused by someone’s careless behavior may form the basis of a successful personal injury claim in Florida. The challenging part for most injured individuals is determining whether they qualify to seek compensation in a civil claim.
  • Victims of crimes in Florida can pursue compensation for their losses in civil court. However, filing a civil lawsuit is no easy task. Work with a Florida crime victims lawyer to recover your damages.
  • The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) awards disability benefits to former United States military service members who are now disabled as a result of their active duty service.
  • Florida’s six appellate courts are located throughout the State in Tallahassee, Tampa, Miami, West Palm Beach, Daytona Beach, and Lakeland. These courts hear the majority of appeals filed in Florida, with the exception of federal appeals filed with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeal.


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