“Both Michael and Claire have been prompt in returning my phone calls – this is something that is so exceptional, since with other attorneys, I’d waited days and weeks before they answered me. I’ve received good legal advice on my concerns, and if they can’t help me, they always refer me and my friends to someone who can. Michael and Claire are my first choice. Also, their receptionist is always so pleasant. Keep up the good work.”
E.D. of Beverly Hills, Florida
About Claire Hancock – Tampa Personal Injury Attorney
For over 26 years, Claire Hancock has helped Tampa injury victims get back their lives after accidents involving wrongful death, auto accidents and slip-and-fall injury cases.
Claire is proud of active membership in the following legal and business associations:
- Florida Bar: Editorial Board of Florida Bar News and Florida Bar Journal
- Carrollwood Bar Association
- Carrollwood Area Business Association
- Florida Justice Association, Women’s Caucus
- Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association
- Florida Association of Women Lawyers, Mattie Belle Davis Society
- Hillsborough Association of Women Lawyers
Claire was born and raised in Treasure Island, Florida. She is a graduate of St. Petersburg Catholic High School. In her free time, Claire enjoys distance running and open water swimming events, as well as outdoor activities with her husband and two daughters such as water skiing, saltwater fishing and mountain biking.
Claire is honored to serve for her second year with the Editorial Board of the Florida Bar Journal. She is published in the Florida Bar Journal (March, 2018) with her book review of “The Fight to Vote.” Claire has been featured on CNBC.com in “Game-Changing Multitasking Tips from People Who Work 80-hour Weeks.”
Claire is proud to be a Master with the Tampa Bay Inn of Court, which is an association of judges, lawyers and law students, reflecting a cross-section of the legal profession, who share a passion for professional excellence. Monthly meetings outside the courtroom and pressures of daily practice allow members to experience significant educational experiences while building and strengthening professional relationships.
As a member of the FJA’s Women’s Caucus, Claire is provided with the opportunity to promote and raise the profile of women trial lawyers and network with other women lawyers.