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Personal Injury, Car Accident, Slip & Fall Accident, Wrongful Death, Aviation Accident

The Orlando personal injury attorneys at Pineyro Law Firm are committed to making things right for you and your loved ones. Johnny Pineyro, founder of... (more)

"These people are the best. I had a simple slip & fall case that no other firm was interested in and this law firm took my case on and we received a settlement. It wasn't a large one but that didn't seem to matter, they just wanted to help me. If you need a law firm that cares about you these are the people to get."

  1 year ago     Roger Tanis


"This firm is very professional and has a lot of years of experience. My case was handled with the utmost friendly professionals staff Angie, Bailey and others. I was treated more like a friend than a client. I always felt the staff went above and behond, to make sure I new every aspect of how my case was being handled they were very informative. I appreciate all the help you provided me in handling my case. Thank you, Robyn"

  2 years ago     Robyn Moore


"Tom and Jazlyn were phenomenal! Their professionalism, communication, and knowledge are right on point!"

  1 year ago     Jannelle Matos


"Mr. Pineyro and staff are the utmost in professionalism and respect. They helped me through a very difficult time. I would recommend this firm to anyone who needs the help and guidance of a professional law firm."

  2 years ago     Donald Moore


"The process was quick and easy and they were very helpful. I was very happy with the results."

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1170 Celebration Boulevard
Celebration, FL 34747
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