Phone: 813 254-2637
Email: Frank Charles Miranda ›
Frank Miranda is a Trial Attorney who has been practicing law for over 20 years. Mr. Miranda prides himself on treating each and every client like a person, rather than a number, and will always take the time to personally address each clients’ situation. Mr. Miranda has lived in Tampa his whole life empowering him to develop strong relationships with the Tampa Bay area legal community and resources needed to win his clients’ cases.
Frank Miranda’s areas of specialty are Real Estate Law, Personal Injury Litigation, Business Litigation, and Complex Civil Litigation. Mr. Miranda’s passion for real estate law began when he worked as a Tampa mortgage broker. During that time, he learned the methods, techniques and strategies that banks use when foreclosing on properties which enables Mr. Miranda to successfully litigate foreclosure cases on both the plaintiff and defense side. This background coupled with his pride of living and doing business in Tampa has led Mr. Miranda to successfully handle over a billion dollars in foreclosure and title insurance cases. Frank Miranda has successfully represented mass tort claims, including the BP Oil Spills, Hernia Mesh, and Fresenius dialysis claims. Mr. Miranda has also recovered punitive damages for clients wronged by three of the largest banking institutions for their willful and reckless acts towards the community.
Frank Miranda is rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the most respected legal rating service in the country. The purpose of Martindale-Hubbell ratings allows you the consumer of legal services to identify attorneys with the highest ethical standards and professional ability before hiring just any attorney. To achieve this rating, an extensive investigation is conducted by attorney peers and judges across the nation who are tasked at assessing Mr. Miranda’s legal knowledge, integrity, skills, and professionalism in his practice of law.
Frank Miranda has received multiple honors and awards throughout his career, including Tampa’s Best Personal Injury Law firm and Real Estate Litigator of the Year 2017 by Legal Elite, Most Outstanding in Civil Litigation – Tampa Bay by AI 2018 Global Excellence Awards, Florida’s Best Personal Injury Law Firm of the Year 2019 by Global 100 and ACQ Global Awards category winner – United States Personal Injury Law Firm of the Year 2019.
Frank Miranda is currently a member of the Florida Justice Association which is regarded as the premier trial lawyer organization for the State of Florida. Mr. Miranda is an elected Director of the Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association. The Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association is a non-profit organization of lawyers that are dedicated to upholding and defending the Constitution of the United States and the State of Florida through active participation in the development of legislation, as well as, vigilantly pursuing wrongdoers in a court of law regardless of their corporate, government, association or individual status. Additionally, Mr. Miranda is a member of the Florida Bar Association, American Bar Association, and the Hillsborough County Bar Association.
Frank Miranda graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminology. Mr. Miranda then went on to law school and graduated from Nova Southeastern University Law School.
Upon passing the Florida Bar, Frank Miranda joined the Office of the State Attorney for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in Hillsborough County and was responsible for prosecuting felony drugs and major crimes.
After gaining valuable trial experience as a prosecutor, Mr. Miranda went into private practice focusing primarily on real estate transactions and litigation, complex business litigation, and personal injury. Mr. Miranda also served as an adjunct professor for the University of Phoenix, teaching courses on employment law and business law.
Frank Miranda is married with two children and active in multiple community organizations and charities.
Frank Miranda is licensed to practice in the State of Florida, the Federal Middle District of Florida, and the Federal 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.