Mr. Parlapiano serves as counsel to the firm Fine, Farkash, & Parlapiano. He began his studies at Edison Junior College, where he received his A.A. degree. In 1967, he graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Journalism and was a member of Phi Alpha Delta, a prestigious fraternity dedicated to legal studies. He then continued his studies at the University of Florida Levin College of Law and earned his J.D. degree in 1970. In that same year, he was admitted to the Florida Bar, the United States District Court Northern District of Florida in 1972, United States Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit in 1981, and United States Court of Federal Claims in 1994.
From 1971-1979, Mr. Parlapiano served in the Florida Public Defender’s Office as a Public Defender. Throughout his time as an experienced attorney, he utilized his certified legal specialties, such as personal injury/wrongful death, and served as the Florida Circuit Civil Mediator in 1998. Mr. Parlapiano is now devoted to advocating for the injured in various areas of practice.
Areas of Practice
Animal Bites — Plaintiff
Motor Vehicle Accidents — Plaintiff
Premises Liability — Plaintiff
Railroad Accidents — Plaintiff
Slip and Fall — Plaintiff
Wrongful Death — Plaintiff
Chemicals and Cosmetics
Machinery and Tools
Motor Vehicle Defects
Professional Associations and Memberships
Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers, Member, 1984 – Present
Inns of Court, Master & Group Leader