Personal injury attorney Jeffrey Rollins of the Port Saint Lucie office of Steinger, Greene & Feiner went back to school, to the head of the class, as teacher. An accomplished personal injury lawyer, Mr. Rollins’ greatest education has come through professional experience and has certainly paved the way for his charge as educator and resource in the Paralegal Studies/Legal Assisting program at Indian River State College.
Just last week Mr. Rollins received a ruling in his favor from Florida’s 4th District Court of Appeals in a slip-and-fall case against national retail chain Target Corporation. Mr. Rollins’ excellence in the legal field is matched by his dedication to family, his community and philanthropic causes throughout the Treasure Coast. Earlier this year, as chair of the Saint Lucie County Bar Association Mock Trial program, Mr. Rollins opened the courtroom doors and the legal process to 4th and 5th grade Saint Lucie county students overseeing a mock trial in the Fort Pierce, Florida Courthouse. Mr. Rollins is also a long-standing member of the South Florida board of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation participating in fundraising and community events throughout the year. Steadfast in his commitment to the best interests of those around him – his clients, his family and his community – Mr. Rollins is well equipped for the classroom, enriching legal students’ lives and aspirations through his life experiences and professional achievements.
Steinger, Greene & Feiner congratulates Jeffrey Rollins, Esquire of the firm’s Port Saint Lucie office on this unique teaching engagement and the long list of accomplishments and accolades to his credit to date. Our entire firm is committed to the South Florida community and more specifically to those who have been injured due to others’ negligence. We look forward to continually educating the South Florida community of their choices, their options and their rights in light of difficult times. If you or someone you know has been injured, let us help educate you and them – your call and the advice are free any time day or night. Jeffrey Rollins, Esquire and the personal injury legal team of Steinger, Greene & Feiner are here for you when you need us most.
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Paralegal Studies/Legal Assisting
Paralegal professionals play an important role in the fascinating world of law and legal services. Recognized as one of the nation’s top growth jobs by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, paralegal professionals are employed by major law firms, legal departments of major corporations, governmental agencies, real estate departments, title companies, banks, brokerages and insurance companies. IRSC’s respected Paralegal/Legal Assisting Program will prepare you to draft legal documents, perform research, manage a law office and assist attorneys in many vital functions. The Paralegal/Legal Assisting Suite at the Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex is equipped with a legal library, computer kiosks with online access to Westlaw, study tables, conference room and adjoining multi-media classroom. Click here to learn more.