J. Michael Coleman and William J. Hazzard are AV-rated Preeminent Lawyers. Michael arrived in Naples in 1986 and was followed by Bill in 1994. They began practicing law together in 1998. They focused their practices in business litigation as well as probate and trust litigation. In 2001, another AV-rated Preeminent Lawyer, Damian C. Taylor joined them. Damian came to Naples from Pensacola, Florida where he practiced labor and employment law and commercial litigation. The three of them formed Coleman, Hazzard, Taylor & Diaz, P.A. in January, 2005. The firm consists of five attorneys, two paralegals, and support staff.
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5.0/5.0 Review for Sonia Marie Diaz by a Partner on 09/16/15 in Complex Litigation
Ms. Diaz is an exceptional attorney, that is very highly regarded by her colleagues and fellow practitioners. She is well deserving of the highest review that I can offer and is certainly worthy of an AV rating.
5.0/5.0 Review for Dale W. Klaus by a Sole Practitioner on 02/22/13 in Family Law
I have known Dale for many years and have worked with him in Family law mediations. He is always extremely well prepared and knowledgeable. He makes every effort to represent his client zealously but with an eye toward always trying to come to a fair... Read moreRead more
I have known Dale for many years and have worked with him in Family law mediations. He is always extremely well prepared and knowledgeable. He makes every effort to represent his client zealously but with an eye toward always trying to come to a fair and reasonable resolution out of court. Highly ethical. Read lessRead less
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