When you have legal problems or concerns, you can get the guidance you need right away by calling experienced Panama City attorney Stan Peacock. From aggressive defense against DUI or other criminal charges, to the pursuit of the best possible insurance settlement following a car accident, he will stand up for you.
When you retain the services of the law firm of Stanley E. Peacock, P.A., your case will become a top priority. From your initial consultation, you can rely on attorney Peacock to be responsive, and to provide you with clear, straightforward legal advice. Mr. Peacock has been practicing law in Florida since 1983, and has served as both a state prosecutor and a public defender prior to launching his own successful legal practice.
Helping You With a Wide Range of Legal Needs and Challenges
In addition to his extensive criminal defense background, attorney Peacock is a proven family law and divorce adviser for people from all walks of life. Mr. Peacock also represents injured victims and their family members in personal injury cases.
Whether your situation calls for a smart, personable negotiator or a dynamic trial lawyer who is prepared to go the distance, Stan Peacock will answer that call. With more than three decades of experience, he knows our area's courts and officials extremely well, and he will target a quick, favorable resolution if your matter is straightforward — but he will also pull together the ideal team of professionals to collaborate if your case involves many complexities.
Call Now for Your Consultation With a Knowledgeable, Caring Lawyer
Attorney Peacock represents residents living throughout North Florida, military personnel stationed in the area, and the many vacationers and spring breakers who encounter legal challenges while visiting this beautiful area.
Contact an attorney online or call 877-839-0706 now to take a major step toward getting your life back on track. For your convenience, credit card payments are accepted for all legal services. Cash, checks, money orders and military allocations are also accepted.