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Our firm has already remained true to its founding principles:
- Focus almost exclusively on protecting the rights of people injured due to negligence of others.
- Provide honest, tough and effective advocacy through preparation and hard work.
- Maximize each client’s recovery and, in doing so, create a safer society for all.
- Give back to the communities we are a part of.
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If you have a serious injury or devastating loss we can help you get needed compensation as soon as possible. Watch our firm’s videos to learn more about our extensive legal services.
Panter, Panter, & Sampedro Names Joshua Wintle as Partner MIAMI – January 1, 2020 – Panter, Panter & Sampedro (PPS) is proud to announce that Joshua Wintle has been made a Partner in the Firm. Wintle joined PPS as an…
Brett Panter Presents "Auto Injury Cases from A to Z" at Seminar Brett Panter was a presenter for "Auto Injury Cases from A to Z" Seminar sponsored by the National Business Institute, on November 22, 2019, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.…
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