As a true litigation law firm with a statewide referral network, Michael S. Elstein is proud to have a long tradition of working with colleagues across the State of Florida on complex workers compensation cases and other matters. As a trial attorney with nearly 20 years of legal experience, AV rated by Martindale Hubbell, Mr. Elstein has tried to conclusion many workers compensation cases with great success unlike larger law firms who simply move cases through their office to mediation and convince clients to settle.
Mr. Elstein is dedicated to responsible advocacy and protecting the rights of injured workers with aggressive tactics while maintaining a high level of integrity and professionalism.
Mr. Elstein takes tremendous pride in being a highly respected and trusted workers compensation attorney who also dedicates time and financial resources to the community service. He believes that taking the time to meet with and guide clients thru their cases, personally, is a hallmark to success.
Mr. Elstein takes every case seriously. Significant time and money is expended at the onset of the case and through trial to ensure the best possible chance of success. Through this approach Mr. Elstein is able to consistently achieve excellent results for his clients in getting the compensation they deserve for their injuries. Elstein Law Firm has the experience, resources and financial ability to help you and your client take on even the largest insurance companies.
The Elstein Law Firm retainer contract will have your law firm listed as a participating attorney with the exact percentage of your participation fee. A copy of the contract will be provided to you via regular and email for your records and you will receive updates of the case through its conclusion with a participation fee sent to your office with a copy of the final closing statement.
Mr. Elstein welcomes the opportunity to work with you to help maximize your client’s recovery. We accept case referrals from attorneys throughout Florida.
Give us a try, you will not be disappointed.