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Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner

Accident & Injury, Animal Bite, Personal Injury, Car Accident, Slip & Fall Accident

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Bruce L. Scheiner

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Personal Injury, Animal Bite, Car Accident, Slip & Fall Accident, General Practice

Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Attorneys for the Injured is dedicated to representing personal injury and wrongful death claims. Caring, responsibility, respect for others and an inherent... (more)

Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Attorneys for the Injured has been focused on Justice for over four decades. Justice for victims of carelessness or negligence in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and elsewhere in South West Florida. Justice for victims of motorcycle accidents. Justice for those injured or killed in drunk driving car accidents.

Founded in 1971 by Bruce L. Scheiner and his wife Cheryl, both continue to work alongside the second generation, Preston J. Scheiner, who joined the firm as a trial attorney in 2007. Today, Bruce and PJ work side-by-side in the negotiating room and in the courtroom to secure full and fair restitution for each and every client they have the privilege of representing. Bruce Scheiner still hand selects each case the firm takes the honor and responsibility of representing. He personally assembles the team best able to help and oversees every case from intake until resolution.

Most of our cases come via personal referrals, because, despite our unparalleled growth and success over more than 40 years, we remain a family firm dedicated to the proposition that each client is a friend of the family who deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.

As a law firm dedicated to representing personal injury and wrongful death claims, Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Attorneys for the Injured has the knowledge, experience and resources to handle all types of claims, including trucking accidents, boating accidents, airplane accidents, nursing home neglect and abuse, construction accidents, defective product claims, pedestrian and bicycle accidents, premise liability claims and injuries to children.

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"If I could give less than 1 star I would! My wife had a bad car accident in 2013. She went through 2 surgeries so far. She still suffers pain from the accident. After over 3 years we finally get to mediation with the party that caused the accident. The settlement should have been life changing but because of the poor job done by this office in research, the settlement was of great disappointment and did not come close to covering the living expenses we had over this time and has left us in great amount of debt. The commercials portray a very different kind of attorney and do not show the many clients that have had similar experiences to ours. During a meeting, Mr. Scheiner was so unconcerned with our case, he started ordering different coffees for the office. I find his main concern was the amount of money he was going to get and not what our needs were. Please don't make the same mistake we did."

  6 months ago     Jerry Bakelman

"I had a close personal friend who was seriously injured in a car accident on the midpoint bridge earlier today. After the police left and her car was towed, and she was discharged from the hospital, she really didn't know what to do. I called my friend Bruce. Bruce is the kind of guy that will shoot straight with you and he will help you in anyway that he can. Bruce took the time to personally handle everything today, and he made my friend Lisa feel at ease and that everything was going to be handled. Thank you Bruce for doing the right thing and taking time out of your busy day to help one of my friends!"

  7 months ago     John Evans

"In 2009 I was in a car accident caused by a drunk driver. I was 19 and had no idea of what I was going to do. Luckily, my parents chose Mr. Scheiner to represent me. Him and his staff are phenomenal. They go above and beyond for you! Mr. Scheiner, his staff, and family have become family to me. I would recommend no other than Bruce L. Scheiners firm to represent anyone."

  10 months ago     Natasha Seals

"Dan was great . When I thought that that no would help . They step up to the plate and told not to worry they would help get through my situation. At that point they weren't lawyers they were family . Great experience... The firm Bruce L Scheiner were understanding and great to deal with . From the minute you stepped in the door . It felt professional and A -1 service. I would recommend to everyone I know"

  1 year ago     Felix Martinez

"Very professional and responsive when needed. Bruce and Ben were fantastic! I received exactly the amount I wanted."

  10 months ago     J Shur


4020 Evans Avenue
Fort Myers, FL 33901

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  • MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 60049, Fort Myers, FL 33906

    FORT MYERS HEADQUARTERS: 4020 Evans Ave., Fort Myers, FL 33901, Phone: 239-939-2900

    CAPE CORAL: 1407 DelPrado Blvd. South, Suite 11, Cape Coral, FL 33990, Phone: 239-772-0099

    NAPLES: 2650B Airport Road S., Naples, FL 34112, Phone: 239-597-1201

    PORT CHARLOTTE: 2301 Tamiami Trail, Suite E, Port Charlotte, FL 33952, Phone: 941-743-7777

    SEBRING: 2343 US Highway 27S, Sebring, FL 33870, Phone: 863-382-6300


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