Thomas J Ueberschaer, Attorney
Thomas J. Ueberschaer is a graduate of Binghamton University where he received his B.A. in Political Science in 1990. In 1993, he received his J.D. from the University of Florida College of Law. Mr. Ueberschaer has been practicing law in Northwest Florida since 1994.
Mr. Ueberschaer is a member of the Board of Governors for Florida Workers' Advocates. He is a member of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers and the American Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Ueberschaer is an active supporter of the rights of injured workers and frequently lobbies in Tallahassee to protect and secure these rights.
Mr. Ueberschaer actively litigates cases involving all types of personal injury, workers' compensation, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect and social security disability claims.
Mr. Ueberschaer was born in Frankfurt, Germany and maintains his fluency in German.
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