White Collar Criminal Defense, Grand Jury Investigations, Fraud, Felonies, Theft, Plaintiff's First Party Insurance Coverage.


George Bedell, P.A. represents individuals and businesses in white collar and other complex criminal investigations and prosecutions in federal and Florida state courts. The firm also represents insurance policyholders in cases against their insurance companies.


Attorney George Bedell focuses his practice on protecting the rights of white collar professionals facing serious federal and state crimes. From the initial investigation to trying the case in a federal or state courtroom, he remains at the side of his clients. He understands that professional futures and freedoms are at stake.

An Industry-Recognized, Community-Oriented Tampa Attorney

George Bedell was first board certified in criminal trial law by The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization in 1989 and has renewed his certification in 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2009. To become certified, he was required to demonstrate substantial experience in criminal trial law, pass a written examination on criminal trial law, and receive a favorable evaluation of his ability and experience in criminal trial law from judges and fellow lawyers.


As a fourth generation native Floridian, George Bedell has strong roots in the area. He is married and the father of one son and enjoys various outdoor activities. He is also an active member of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Tampa, serving multiple terms on the church's vestry.


George Bedell, P.A.

2525 Park City Way

Tampa, FL 33609

(813) 875-6100 v
(813) 872-0718 f

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