Orlando Insurance and Personal Injury Attorney
Tyler J. Chasez, Esq., grew up in Maryland and relocated to Florida in 2000 to attend college. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Rollins College, Tyler moved to Los Angeles where he attended Southwestern Law School.
While attending SLS, Tyler served as president of Delta Theta Phi, a national law fraternity; studied entertainment law internationally; participated in lobbying efforts to pass bullet control legislation with Women Against Guns Violence; and clerked at personal injury and general practice law firms in Beverly Hills, California.
After graduating with his Juris Doctorate, Tyler moved home to Florida to be closer to his family. His legal career began as an Assistant State Attorney in the 18th Judicial Circuit serving Brevard and Seminole counties. As a prosecutor, Tyler gained invaluable trial knowledge and experience. After working as a prosecutor, Tyler went in to private practice where he represented clients throughout the Central Florida area in state, appellate, and federal courts. Tyler handled matters in various areas of law, including complex business litigation, family law, probate, appellate and general civil law matters.
In 2016, Tyler joined Hale, Hale & Jacobson, P.A. where he focuses on protecting the rights of insureds who have been wronged by their insurance providers. He fights on behalf of his client, to force the insurance companies to hold up to their end of the bargain. When Tyler is not actively working to protect his client’s rights, he likes to spend time with his family, stay involved in the local community, and enjoys college and professional football.
Rollins College, 2004- Bachelors of Arts Political Science
Southwestern Law School, 2009 – Juris Doctor
State Bar of Florida, 2009
State Bar of Indiana, 2015
United States District Court – Middle District of Florida
United States District Court – Southern District of Florida