RELEASED: Oct. 8, 2013
TAMPA, Fla. -
Attorney Brad Culpepper of Culpepper Kurland will be appearing with his wife, Monica, on this season of "Survivor" on CBS. Culpepper, a former football player with the National Football League, is joining his partner of 21 years to redeem her early dismissal on a previous season of the show.
Tenacious, independent and forward thinking are the three attributes that Culpepper says describe him best. He developed these characteristics through his childhood on Dog Island in the Gulf of Mexico, living in a stilt house. He has also prospered from his experience through nine years of professional football. Culpepper, a former defensive tackle for the University of Florida, played for the Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears throughout his football career. His experience in the NFL exposed him to many different personalities and taught him how to work with varied individuals - on both the field and in the business of the sport.
After leaving the NFL, Culpepper pursued a career in law as a trial attorney, and for the past 12 years, he has represented victims of personal injury. Today, he applies those three attributes in his legal pursuit of justice for his clients.
About Culpepper Kurland
Since 2007, Culpepper Kurland has provided legal representation for residents of Tampa Bay, Florida, who are victims of serious accidents. The law firm regularly handles cases involving dog attacks, slip-and-falls, car collisions, drunk driving, motorcycle crashes and truck accidents. The staff and attorneys care personally for each client. The dynamic team keeps clients informed throughout the legal process, and victims are active participants in their own cases.
The firm uses aggressive representation to pursue compensation on the behalf of injured persons. The attorneys are experienced in negotiation and litigation and are not intimidated by the large legal teams retained by insurance companies. If you have been injured in an accident as a result of someone's negligence, it is your legal right to seek appropriate compensation. Contact Culpepper Kurland today at 866-500-6107 to speak with an experienced attorney or visit their Web site at www.ckfirm.com.