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Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner

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

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

Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Attorneys for the Injured is dedicated to representing personal injury and wrongful death claims. Caring, respon... (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.

JUSTICE FOR FAMILIES.
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.

LET OUR FAMILY FIGHT FOR YOUR FAMILY.
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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Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner
4020 Evans Avenue
Fort Myers, FL 33901
26.623392,-81.875204

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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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