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Robert Vance Greene


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Accident & Injury, Criminal

If I had to choose two words to describe our law firm, those words would be personal service. Personal service in that I meet with every new client, face to face, and take the time to review their... (more)

If you or a loved one has been in an accident, then Greene & Tischler, P.A. is ready to provide you with dedicated and knowledgeable legal representation. Having recovered millions of dollars for our deserving clients, we are committed to helping you recover damages to pay your medical bills, make up for lost wages, and compensate you for pain and suffering.

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I Have Sustained a Concussion in an Accident
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“Serious Injury” Threshold
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I’ve Sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury
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