A civil litigator since 2000, Mr. Tadros represents injured plaintiffs in negligence and catastrophic injury cases. He specializes in matters involving auto accidents, truck accidents, dog bites, assaults, and slip-and-falls. His comprehensive book of wins includes courtroom victories and pre-trial settlements that resulted in maximum compensation for client injuries.
Mr. Tadros takes great pride in providing top-notch representation for people who have suffered complex injuries. In particular, he puts genuine care and compassion when handling intricate injury matters, and he goes the extra mile to achieve the justice that his clients deserve. In his own words, “We put the ‘personal’ in personal injury representation.”
As a longtime motorcycle rider, Mr. Tadros has a firsthand understanding of the complexities that motorcycle accidents present. His many verdicts and settlements on behalf of injured motorcyclists show his legal acumen and negotiating skills necessary to fight insurance carriers. During his non-law hours, Mr. Tadros can be found at Florida motorcycle gatherings and events, where he’s built a strong rapport and camaraderie with fellow “hog” owners.
Mr. Tadros earned his Juris Doctorate from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2000. While in law school, he represented indigent criminal defendants in court, handling their initial arraignment up to final disposition after trial. He graduated with honors from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he earned his bachelor’s degree and double majored in political science and psychology.
Roger Williams University School of Law, J.D., 2000
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, B.A. Political Science and Psychology, 1995