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Tom DeLattre was born in Yorktown, New York and raised in Syracuse, New York. He joined the firm in 1994 to partner with Glen Wieland and Al Hilado, forming Wieland Hilado & DeLattre. DeLattre devotes the majority of his practice to pursuing justice for victims of personal injury, motor vehicle negligence, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, premises liability, defective products, and work-related accidents. He belongs to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, devoted only to trial lawyers who have achieved a settlement or verdict of a million dollars or more. In addition, Martindale-Hubbell, a world-renowned attorney rating service, has awarded DeLattre its highest rating of AV.
Not only is Tom a member of the Florida Bar Association, he is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida and is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Florida Justice Association (formerly Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers), American Association of Justice (formerly Association of Trial Lawyers of America), and Florida Workers’ Advocates.
Tom attended Barry University School of Law where he obtained his law degree in 2001. Prior to attending Barry University, he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Oneonta State University, where he also played NCAA Division III basketball.
Feel free to contact Tom as he is always here to assist.
Al Hilado was successful in winning my very difficult case. He was very approachable the entire length of the case. It took over 2 years. He and his staff kept me up to date and whenever I had a question he was very easy to reach by phone or email. I am very grateful to him as he has helped my family tremendously. I will absolutely contact him again if I ever need help in the future.
I would like to let you know that all the work and assistance you have given me through this legal process is very much appreciated. I want to thank you and your firm for helping me through a difficult time.
– Marc B.