Attorney Profiles

The Moyé Law Firm – When Attorney Experience and Character Counts

Attorneys David W. Moyé and Tracy P. Moyé serve clients throughout Florida.  During 2007, they formed the Moyé Law firm in order to represent persons and families in need of an advocate.  They remain true to their commitment to always take a personal interest in their clients, their cases, and their needs.  At the Moyé Law Firm, you will always get an attorney, not a case manager.

DDavid Moye - Moye Law Firm Tallahassee, FLAVID W. MOYÉ

phone: 850 224-6693 (224-MOYE)

fax: 850 222-6693

Bar Admissions

  • Florida, 1988
  • Arizona, 1980


  • Arizona State University, BS in Accounting
  • Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, J.D

David W. (Dave) Moyé received his B.S. degree in accounting in 1977 from Arizona State University.  As a commissioned officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, Mr. Moyé attended Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law where he earned his J.D. in 1980.  He was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 1980, passed the CPA exam in 1985, and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1988.   David’s career in the U.S. Marine Corps included service as an officer in an infantry combat unity, judge advocate and ultimately a Judge presiding over General Court Martial.  Following his release from active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps, David was appointed Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Florida where he investigated and prosecuted complex white collar crimes, including health care, insurance and bank fraud, for the next four years. From 1994 until 2003, David Moyé maintained an active trial practice law as an equity partner in the state-wide law firm of Fowler White Boggs Banker, P.A., where one of the principal components of his practice was representing insurance companies in the defense of personal injury cases.

In the early part of 2003, David was asked by then, Florida Attorney General, Charlie Crist, to leave private practice for the purpose of reorganizing and redirecting the efforts of the Attorney General’s efforts in combating health care fraud and economic crime in the State of Florida.  David then spent the next two years working with the Attorney General’s sworn law enforcement officers, white-collar forensic investigators and fraud attorneys toward proactive investigations and prosecutions of national health care providers, multi-national pharmaceutical manufacturers, pharmacy benefit managements companies, and lending institutions for the State of Florida.

Since David reentered private practice during the end of 2004, he has devoted his practice to advocating for injured persons against individual and corporate members of the health care, finance and insurance industries whose acts of careless indifference, deception and sometimes out-right fraud, cause unsuspecting members of the public to suffer economic loss, personal injury and even wrongful death.

David is a member of the Florida Justice Association and the Trial Section of the Florida Bar.


Tracy Moye - Moye Law Firm Tallahassee, FLTRACY P. MOYÉ

phone:  850 224-6693 (224-MOYE)

fax:       850 222-6693

Bar Admissions

  • Florida, 1988
  • Alabama, 1981


  • University of Oklahoma, BA in Letters
  • Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, J.D

Tracy P. Moyé began her legal career over thirty years ago as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy where she prosecuted and defended felony cases including conspiracy and double homicide.  After serving five years in the Navy, Mrs. Moyé returned to Florida where she began a career of public service.  First she prosecuted cases of severe child abuse terminating the parental rights of abusive parents.   She then served with the State of Florida, Department of Environmental Protection where she represented the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund (The Governor and Cabinet) in major land litigation throughout the State.   In 1999, Mrs. Moyé entered private practice where she has represented neighborhoods and persons whose land has been injured by environmental contamination.  Mrs. Moyé has expanded her practice to include representation of the elderly and disabled in matters of abuse and contested guardianships.

Mrs. Moyé also has a personal interest in preserving the dignity and protecting the rights of the developmentally disabled.  She was a founding member of WAVE, a non-profit organization devoted to advancing the social and employment opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities in Leon County.  She has also served as a mentor in public schools, a tutor for the learning disabled, and a booster for the Rickard’s Raiders football, track and cross country programs.  Additionally, Tracy devotes her Sunday mornings to playing the piano at her church.

Tracy is member of the Environmental and Elder Law Sections of the Florida Bar and the Florida Justice Association.  She also serves on the board of the Tallahassee Women Lawyers.

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To discuss your grounds for legal action with a Tallahassee personal injury attorney, contact us today 850 224-6693 (224-MOYE).