About Us


Banker Lopez Gassler P.A. was founded by Robert E. Banker, Joseph K. Lopez and Frank H. Gassler — all trial lawyers with over a hundred years combined experience. The new firm of Banker Lopez Gassler officially opened its doors on November 1, 2008, with a dedicated client base after an amicable split from Fowler White Boggs Banker.

The firm has over 150 attorneys, with extensive litigation and appellate experience, who are recognized by their peers as exhibiting the highest moral and ethical standards. Our lawyers are involved in community activities, the Florida Bar and nationally recognized defense organizations.

Banker Lopez Gassler is strategically located throughout the state of Florida. The firm’s main headquarters are in downtown Tampa. Offices are also located in St. Petersburg, Orlando, Fort Myers, Tallahassee, and Fort Lauderdale.

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Mission and vision

Banker Lopez Gassler P.A. values long term relationships with our clients, attorneys, employees and communities. We pride ourselves in offering exceptional legal services and the combination of the most qualified people in a family and team-oriented environment.

Banker Lopez Gassler is proud of its commitment to diversity and inclusion. We recognize that our ability to deliver the highest quality service to our clients is a credit to the diverse array of lawyers and legal professionals we employ. We know that a diverse and well-rounded team translates into a diverse and well-rounded legal strategy.

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