A lifelong native of Clearwater Beach, Florida, Jack Vasilaros thrives on competition. At only 16 years old, Jack beat out 50 other divers in 64-degree water to recover the coveted Centennial Epiphany Cross in Tarpon Springs. The youngest to do so at the time, Jack has never been afraid to dive in head-first and fight for the prize.
In 2012, Jack graduated with high marks from the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, and put what he learned to work by starting several small business ventures. Following college, Jack enrolled at Stetson University College of Law, whose rigorous trial advocacy programs are routinely ranked among the top three in in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report.
Through these programs, Jack found out he enjoys competition in the courtroom as well. An avid boater and competitive sport fisherman in his spare time, Jack has won numerous tournaments both local and abroad. From the big kingfish and tarpon on the Gulf Coast to blue marlin in Tobago, Jack’s known for his tenacity and uncanny ability to pull out a win. As proud member of the Florida Bar, “Captain Jack,” looks forward to helping his clients navigate litigation in their search for justice.