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Syprett Meshad Supports Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County


Syprett Meshad associate attorney Derek W. Eisemann and Marion Lieb, wife of Syprett Meshad founding partner M. Joseph Lieb, Jr., will represent the firm in the upcoming Joey Gratton Championship tennis doubles tournament taking place March 20 to 22 at the Bath & Racquet Fitness Club in Sarasota. The annual tournament is presented by the .. read more

Tips from SMRL’s Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Department

Sarasota Personal Injury Attorney Scott Westheimer and SMRL’s Plaintiffs’ Personal Injury Department have provided these helpful tips. Automobile accidents are a traumatic event which, unfortunately, most Florida families will deal with at one time in their lives. Every year there are an estimated 10.8 million motor vehicle accidents in the United States. Over 5 million .. read more

Sarasota Personal Injury Attorney, Scott Westheimer, Discusses Benefits of Wearing a Motorcycle Helmet

Motorcycle helmets

As a Sarasota personal injury attorney and Sarasota motorcycle injury attorney, I have truly seen the devastating impact from automobile and motorcycle accidents. In motorcycle accidents, there is nothing more devastating than handling an accident where the motorcycle rider is not wearing a motorcycle helmet. I have experienced it in litigation and have the seen .. read more

Sarasota Car Accident Lawyer, Scott Westheimer, Talks UM Coverage

UM coverage

As a Sarasota car accident lawyer, I frequently have clients who were injured in an auto accident where the driver was either uninsured or underinsured. In most states, if you get into a car accident, automobile accident, or motorcycle accident the at- fault driver is forced by law to have mandatory insurance to protect you .. read more

Top 5 things to do before you start your car

starting car

5. Make sure you have adequate PIP insurance coverage. Under Florida law, PIP (Personal Injury Protection) is mandatory and pays 80% of your medical bills and 60% of your lost wages if you get into an auto accident, regardless of fault. Insurance agents or companies may attempt to sell PIP insurance with various deductibles. Don’t .. read more