Safety. Community. Compassion.
These are just some of the reasons Brian Tadros of the Law Office of Brian D. Tadros, P.A. contributes his time and energy to the Oviedo Police Foundation.
A workers’ compensation lawyer by trade, Tadros regularly sponsors a hole at our annual golf tournament which is one of our organization’s most successful fundraisers. He gives so much to the Oviedo Police Foundation and we wanted to take this opportunity to shine a spotlight on who Brian Tadros is!
Meet Brian Tadros
Brian Tadros was born in Michigan, but we won’t hold that against him! A long-time Florida resident, Tadros has enjoyed Oviedo since he relocated to the area in 2006.
While Tadros is an attorney, he also considers himself an educator and advocate for his clients. His clients will tell you that he takes the time to explain the Florida Workers’ Compensation law and make sure that they understand exactly what they’re up against.
Because he has represented injured workers, employers, and insurance companies in his career, he is able to look at all sides of the dice to determine the best course of action for his clients. And as a member of the Florida Bar for over 15 years with an AV – Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell, you’re always guaranteed red carpet treatment and unparalleled expertise.
What sets him apart from other lawyers? Not only will he actively refer a client to other law offices if he feels that an issue is not within his area of expertise, he also genuinely views clients as family.
We love that his commitment to compassion and assistance extends beyond his own clientele! Thank you, Brian Tadros, for your continued support!
What about the Oviedo community means the most to you?
I love that it really FEELS like a community. There are a lot of great people and small business owners that live and work in Oviedo and truly care about those living here.
What are your top three restaurants in Oviedo?
My family and I love Rock & Brews! Anthony’s Pizza and Oviedo Brewing Company are close runners up.
What are your top three things to do in Oviedo?
Oviedo is a popular hangout spot for us! We love to walk on the Cross Seminole Trail when the weather allows. For family time, we love bowling at Oviedo Bowling Center or seeing what’s happening at Center Lake Park. Our favorite events are food truck bazaars, festivals, and movies in the park.
How did you get involved with the Oviedo Police Foundation?
I have always appreciated how much police officers do and sacrifice to keep us safe. I was invited to a meeting of the associate member board and jumped at the opportunity.
I completely support OPF’s belief that well-educated and well-protected officers are likely to perform their job duties more efficiently and, in turn, keep our city safer.
What about OPF made you want to stay involved?
There is so much that our police officers need beyond what their budget provides, in the case of additional equipment and the like. Helping to make sure that our officers have the tools they need to better serve our community while keeping themselves as safe as possible is something I am happy to donate my time towards.
Officers oftentimes are the only member of their household that work because of the requirements of the job they perform. If they get hurt or sick, they need assistance and deserve whatever help we, as a community can provide, so that the impact of such unforeseen circumstances is not completely destabilizing and destructive to their families.
The Oviedo Police Foundation does so much for our officers in these areas and I want to do my part to help as much as I can.
Thank You, Brian!
At the Oviedo Police Foundation we feel that people like Brian Tadros are invaluable assets for our cause and the community.
When we find someone that feels as passionately about helping our city’s finest as we do, we recommend them to everyone. At the Law Office of Brian D. Tadros, you will find a friend and advocate for your workers’ compensation legal needs.
Thank you, Brian, for being such an integral part of how this city stays happy and safe for our generation and the generations to come.