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Westheimer, immediate past president of Sarasota County Bar Association, has been managing partner at Syprett Meshad since 2002. He is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, and Florida State Courts. His practice involves primarily the representation of plaintiffs in personal injury matters and various aspects of commercial litigation. He has handled cases involving complex personal injury, motorcycle and automobile accidents with severe injuries, premises liability matters, product liabilities’ litigation, medical malpractice litigation, and commercial litigation.
Syprett Meshad was established in 1967. The firm, with a staff of 24 including attorneys, paralegals and other professionals, provides prompt, experienced legal representation in the practice areas of real estate, personal injury, family law, litigation, business and corporate law. In addition to serving the local community, Syprett Meshad serves as a legal advisor to national and international businesses. The firm is located at 1900 Ringling Boulevard in downtown Sarasota. For more information, call 941.365.7171.
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