Steinger Greene & Feiner proudly supported the cooperative efforts of UrbanYouth Impact, Convoy of Hope and more than 22 churches. On July 19 more than 700 volunteers and near 5000 children and families of West Palm Beach came out to Gaines Park to receive free Backpacks, Health Exams, Haircuts, Food, Entertainment, Community Resources, Groceries and Love. Now in its 8th year, the Back 2 School Blast has grown into one of the largest completely free family events in Palm Beach County and this year distributed more than 4200 supply-filled backpacks to children getting ready to start school again. Steinger Greene & Feiner happily sponsored both the HaHa Lady, Janet Lifshin, and Balloon Artist Karl “Koppertop” to bring smiles and laughter to children throughout the day. Steinger Greene & Feiner is grateful to our community and is thankful to be able to give back to families throughout South Florida.
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$1.35 M Jury Verdict After Slip and Fall at Popular Mexican Grille WEST PALM BEACH – Neil Anthony and Michael Shiver of Steinger, Greene, & Feiner law firm obtained a $1.35 million verdict for a victim after showing the food chain, Chipotle Mexican Grille, was negligent in failing to repair a roof leak which ultimately lead to the …
Steinger, Greene & Feiner Wins Largest Slip and Fall Verdict in Florida for 2017 Recently, a verdict of $1,010,665.28 won by the attorneys at Steinger, Greene & Feiner was recognized as the largest trip and fall verdict in Florida in 2017, according to TopVerdict.com. In 2015, our client was walking outside of his condominium building in Jupiter and tripped over a garden …
Florida Man Awarded $5.5 Million Over Halloween Stripper Party Shooting A Florida man had the worst Halloween ever when he was shot during a Halloween party in 2011, but after suing over poor security, he can buy all the trick-or-treat candy his heart desires. The man, who was never identified, luckily hired the powerhouse law …