Personal Injury Attorneys for Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte Counties
Wittmer | Linehan represents clients in all injury cases including auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, and injuries occurring as a result of unsafe work conditions. If you or someone you know has been seriously injured, our firm can help. Our goal is to recover the most money possible for your injuries, and we are willing to take your case to trial if necessary.
Our attorneys have over 40 years of experience and practice in Florida personal injury law. We understand that your insurance company may only cover up to a certain dollar amount, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t eligible to receive a greater settlement. This knowledge and experience has helped us recover millions of dollars for our clients. Contact us for a free consultation about your injury.
In addition to personal injury cases, we also handle workers compensation, estate and trust challenges, social security disability, insurance disputes and wrongful death. If you or someone you know has been injured at work, has a dispute with an insurance company or Social Security for denied claims, has a challenge to a Will and/or Trust or wishes to dispute the validity of a Will and/or Trust, please contact us for a free consultation.
At Wittmer | Linehan, we know that results matter. Allow our experienced attorneys to help you to get the results that you deserve!
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For Florida snowbirds, careful trust and estate planning can help avoid the complexities of legal situations for future heirs to the estate.
On September 1, 2017, after $200,000 in legal costs and years of protracted and contentious litigation, a Sarasota jury returned a verdict of $19.2 million in Mr. Martin's favor. This is the largest reported personal injury verdict in the history of Sarasota or Manatee counties.
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By 2003, Charles Carrithers had amassed an estate worth approximately forty-five million ($45,000,000.00) dollars. Mr. Carrithers retained a Virginia attorney to prepare his last will and testament and a revocable living trust. At that time, he was survived by three sons and five grandchildren. Our firm was hired to represent two of the five grandchildren as beneficiaries of the trust. The will left all estate assets to the beneficiaries of the revocable living trust.
Our team of 5 will assist you through the entire legal process.
Attorneys Steve Wittmer and Greg Linehan have 34 years of combined experience practicing law.
Our office staff Heather and Rebecca, paralegals Michelle, Richard and Terry are here to walk you through every step of the process.
Our job is not complete until your case is resolved and you’re satisfied.
We believe in client service — from our first meeting through case resolution.