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Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Recognized as One of Florida’s Top 100 Law Firms

September 24, 2012

Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Helps Prevent Aggressive Driving

June 4, 2012

The Florida Highway Patrol will be out on Florida’s highways monitoring for signs of aggressive driving as part of a two-day crackdown, Feb. 27 to 29, 2012. This coming Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday drivers should be increasingly mindful of using their turn signals, obeying speed limits and following other key attributes of responsible driving habits — outlined at website was created in an effort to educate, protect and keep ticket free South Florida drivers. Please visit the site and spread the word so that more residents drive more safely but also do not become the ticket victims of FHP’s upcoming crackdown on aggressive driving.

About was developed by Steinger Kids Foundation, sponsored by Steinger, Iscoe & Greene, in an effort to keep parents and individuals TICKET FREE and drivers aware throughout South Florida.

As mass media reports on the Faces beyond the numbers of long-term unemployment? (Fox News Feb 12, 2012), one south Florida business is going above and beyond the status quo for its employees and their loved ones. November 4, 2011 was a typical day in the four South Florida offices of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene until, from founding partner Michael Steinger, there came an email:

“It is the incredible skill and service YOU (our staff) provide clients that make the firm all that it is today. In appreciation for all that you do, the partners of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene would like to invite you and yours as our guests to the Bahamas for President’s Day weekend (4-days, 3-nights), February 17-20, 2012.

The holidays are busy enough as it is, and we want everyone to be able to relax and enjoy the SIG family of which we are all an integral part. You need only your travel bag and a smile and we will take care of the rest this one is entirely on us, as our “THANK YOU.”

This Friday February 17th the employees, their families and guests, and the partners of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene will board the charter buses at each office location, compliments of the firm, to bring all guests down to the Port of Miami for their sunset departure to the Bahamas aboard Carnival Cruise Line’s “Imagination.”

Firm founding partner Michael Steinger reflects on his decision to treat to go on the cruise:

“The fact is, those of us fortunate to do what we love and come to work every day in many cases spend more time with our office family than we do with our own. When thinking of how we wanted to show the firm at large how much we appreciate all they do for our clients and toward the ongoing success of the firm, it seemed only appropriate to share some extended time of relaxation with everyone and their loved ones, so that our Steinger, Iscoe & Greene family might grow stronger, inside the office and out.”

Children as young as 4 repeatedly sexually molested in school classroom. Teacher still employed, despite multi-million dollar payout. Negligent parties still deny anything wrong ever happened even after pedophile confesses to police. Parents and plaintiff attorney fight back, recovering policy limits, though no amount of money will ever recover their children?s stolen innocence.

West Palm Beach, FL November, 16 2011 – At least 6 children as young as 4 were sexually molested repeatedly by a pedophile that volunteered as a foster grandparent at the Saint Lucie Head Start center. The Head Start teacher, under whose care and supervision the children were supposed to be protected, left the volunteer unsupervised with the children regularly. When questioned, the pedophile openly admitted to police that he sexually abused multiple Pre-K children in their classrooms at the Head Start center. Sadly, none of the abuse would have happened had the school administration and staff simply followed the law and their own safety policy: that teachers never leave preschoolers alone with volunteers.

The school under its very noses permitted a pedophile in the classroom and those charged with keeping the children safe, to this day refuse to admit the abuse happened, even despite the pedophile’s police confession and the multiple young children’s truthful accounts of the abuse they repeatedly endured.

“The Head Start center violated our most precious possession and responsibility to take care of our children,” states lead counsel for the child victims and their families, Steinger, Iscoe & Greene attorney, Neil Anthony.

“From top to bottom, this travesty for these innocent children was a systems failure on the part of school staff. They replaced protection of the children’s innocence with a code of silence designed to conceal the system failures and rule violations that permitted the abuse to happen.”

Can this happen again? Are there more victims still? Have we learned anything?

Anthony led the charge to hold accountable the ALPI Village Green Head Start Center, the Area Agency on Aging of Palm Beach/Treasure Coast, Inc., that blindly placed this pedophile at a school with scores of preschool-age children. Saint Lucie Court File No. 502010CA000890AXXXHC Child Jane Doe. Anthony fought for everything the law could afford the families of the child victims, resulting in the insurance policy limit of $6 Million as well as $500,000 from the Agency on Aging of Palm Beach/Treasure Coast, Inc.

This morning Jennifer Ross, on-air host at 97.9 WRMF, was kind enough to open the Steinger, Iscoe & Greene’ sponsored studio to Anna Stewart, Manager of the Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County. The immediate topic of discussion was the upcoming Drowning Prevention Coalition and Palm Beach County Volunteer Fire Battalion Golf Tournament at Binks Forest Golf Course on May 7th in Wellington. Also present, calling attention to ongoing drowning prevention and preparedness was Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Marketing Director, Shaw Heydt. Ms. Heydt encouraged parents to contact the Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County to find Swim Lessons available throughout the county and learn about Red Cross CPR training events in their area. Together, 97.9 WRMF and Steinger, Iscoe & Greene, actively supporting the Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County, are working to help prevent another drowning in our South Florida community. Special attention to this cause came in a sudden moment, when Steinger, Iscoe & Greene paralegal Jo Hunerberg witnessed her youngest son Dylan being resuscitated poolside on Sunday, April 10th in their Evergreen community in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Steinger, Iscoe & Greene is committing media resources, contacts and community wide event promotion to get the word out as the Drowning Prevention Coalition calls the community to Ã,Â’Pay attention to drowning prevention. because there is no sound when a child drowns.Special thanks to Jennifer Ross and 97.9 WRMF for meeting our community at its point of need as we move into the pool days of summer here in South Florida.


Steinger, Iscoe & Greene attorney Neil Anthony represents all three children and their families, who were put at risk when a convicted sex offender was sent to be a volunteer at the Village Green Head Start Center and Preschool as part of their Foster Grandparent program. Claims were filed against both the molester as well as the organization that runs the centers and the agency that sent the volunteer to the program. The Area Agency on Aging for Palm Beach/Treasure Coast, Inc., who enabled the convicted molester to serve as an active member of the program, was denied a request to stop investigation into the case this morning, enabling Neil Anthony to continue his fight on behalf of these children and their families.

Press Release

On Wednesday the District Court of Appeal of the State of Florida, Fourth District, denied the legal counsel of Target Corporation their petition for writ of certiorari thus requiring Target to produce their surveillance video recording of a patron’s fall in the aisle of their store.Read More

Resulting News Coverage

Jeffrey R. Rollins recognized in Florida Law Weekly
Steinger, Iscoe & Greene’s trial lawyer, Jeffrey Rollins was recognized in Florida Law Weekly for his actions in a slip and fall case. Target Corporation petitioned to withhold a surveillance video, which Steinger, Iscoe & Greene requested to use in preparing for trial. Rollins filed a motion to compel Target to release the video. It will now be made available to the Steinger, Iscoe & Greene’s client and her attorney to help prepare the case.

Robert R. Reynolds IV, director of litigation out of the West Palm Beach office of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Injury Lawyers, and Sean J. Greene, partner out of the Port St. Lucie office of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Injury Lawyers, were recently recognized in the 2010 edition of Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite™.Read More
In a Saint Lucie County court this week, a six-person jury delivered a verdict awarding more than $1 million to a 32-year-old Fort Pierce resident, one of the largest jury verdicts for Saint Lucie county in such a case.Read MoreRead more from the TCPalm
A total of 5,071 American workers were killed in work-related accidents in 2008, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That is nearly 14 people killed on the job every day.Read More
The South Florida law offices of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene are taking a proactive stance in helping potential victims of bodily fluid transfer due to the negligence of a veteran nurse at Broward General Medical Center, as stated in the Sun-Sentinel October 7, 2009. Health officials admit the nurse reused the same saline bag amongst 1,851 patients in administering Gadolinium MRA contrast dye for cardiac chemical stress tests. The patients are expected to receive a letter from Broward General early this week urging them to seek physician administered screening for Hepatitis B and C and HIV/AIDS.Read More
South Florida law firm partners match the charitable contributions of near 100 members dressing down in denim to raise breast cancer research and victim support funds through Lee National Denim Day.Read More
One of only twelve Board Certified Appellate attorneys in the West Palm Beach area, Diran V. Seropian joins Steinger, Iscoe & Greene in the firm’s West Palm Beach office.A highly experienced civil litigator, Mr. Seropian focuses his practice in the areas of personal injury, premises and products liability, automobile negligence, professional malpractice, and appellate practice. Diran is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court Of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, the Supreme Court of Florida, and all local courts within the State of Florida. He is also a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association.Read More
Recovering more than $50 Million for Port Saint Lucie clients to date, Partner Sean J. Greene and the Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Treasure Coast legal team celebrate their expansion into the brand new Steinger, Iscoe & Greene building at 507 NW Lake Whitney Place. Councilman Christopher Cooper of the City of Port St. Lucie Mayor’s office attending to join in the Grand Opening festivities.Read More
West Palm Beach, Florida, Jan 16 /PRNewswire/ — Gary Iscoe, founding partner of Steinger, Iscoe and Greene, PA, one of the leading plaintiffs’ litigation law firms in America, filed a lawsuit today against pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca on behalf of a three clients whose diabetes was allegedly caused byAstraZeneca’s drug Seroquel.
Partner, Gary Iscoe, alongside Steinger, Iscoe & Greene attorney Robert Blank were able to achieve a $1,678,000.00 settlement to compensate their client for his debilitating injuries that resulted in a spinal fusion surgery. Our client was a pedestrian that was struck by work van. The driver swerved from the road onto the shoulder, hitting the injured victim.After numerous surgeries, the client has recovered their pre-accident bodily functions. Although the defendant contended that the victim was comparatively negligent in causing or contributing to this accident, Attorneys Gary Iscoe and Robert Blank were able to achieve a $1.67 million dollar settlement to compensate their client for his debilitating injury.
Partner, Sean J. Greene, alongside Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Partner William J. McAfee and attorneys Jeff Rollins, Alfred Bell, and Anthony Visone valiantly fought for and protected the rights of one client into the evening hours this past weekend. On and off “the clock” this Steinger, Iscoe and Greene legal team fought tirelessly for their client’s best interest and Saturday night delivered a recovery of over $13 Million to him.Protecting and fighting for the rights of injury victims throughout South Florida is what Steinger, Iscoe & Greene is here to do. In this instance we applaud the job done by Mr. Greene and his team, whose professional skill and collective efforts most recently transformed the life of this client, a man innocently hit by a car while riding his bike. Our best wishes to our client and his family.
Click here to read the full article – Tampa Bay Tribune – September 2, 2008.
Due to the extraordinary results he has achieved for clients througout his legal career, Steinger, Iscoe & Greene attorney, and newly named Partner, William J. McAfee is awarded Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum membership. In light of Mr. McAfee’s professional expertise and ongoing commitment to our clients, Mr. McAfee will be the Managing Partner of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene‘s new Broward office, conveneiently located on Cypress Creek Road in Fort Lauderdale. We applaud Mr. McAfee’s achievements and dedication to fighting for and protecting the rights of injury victims throughout South Florida…Read more
Steinger, Iscoe & Greene is proud to welcome Dale Buckner Esquire as the newest addition to our legal team and SIG family. We celebrate his legal achievements and steadfast commitment to justice, which we all share. On behalf of all our clients we thank Dale and all of our attorneys and legal professionals for the job they do in defending and standing for the rights of the injured and hurting.
Fighting for the rights of the injured, Steinger, Iscoe & Greene considers it a priviledge and unique opportunity to help defend and recover compensation for accident victims during some of the most unexpected and trying times of their lives. In this case our client, a professional surveyor, was struck by a car while doing his work on the side of the highway. As much as we wish we could, we cannot undo what has happened; but what we can do is everything in our power – near 20 Attorneys and 100 legal support staff strong – to get our clients every dollar they truly deserve. We concentrate on our clients’ recovery so they can concentrate on getting better. Steinger, Iscoe & Greene thanks our clients for allowing us the privledge of working with and for them and their well-being.
Click here to read the full article – St. Petersburgh Times – June 3, 2008.
The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is pleased to announce that attorney Sean J. Greene of…Read more