“I hope that every new client knows, we are going to work tirelessly to investigate every lead and turn over every stone to make sure we get them the best recovery possible because that is what each client deserves.” – Ian Duncan.
Ian Duncan is a partner at Steinger, Greene & Feiner and, an attorney that is best known for his determination; a quality he uses every day to the advantage of clients and fellow attorneys as the head of the pre-litigation department.
Ian grew up just outside of Philadelphia in West Chester, PA. and, now calls Palm Beach, Florida his home. Even now, he is still awe-inspired by the area’s rich history and cultural diversity; each community a new and refreshing scene to discover. Ian has worked with clients from all parts of South Florida.
It was in the 11th grade that Ian first decided to become a lawyer. The idea struck him after learning about Clarence Darrow and the defense he provided in the Tennessee v. Scopes trial pertaining to evolution being taught in school in 1925. The trial was a spectacle and an important moment for U.S. law. 
Ian’s most memorable case is the Estate of Jerome Barson v. Venus Williams, wherein he prosecuted the wrongful death claims of Jerome Barson’s estate after he was killed from a car crash involving defendant, Venus Williams. 
Over his esteemed career, Ian has made it his mission to ensure that every single client that walks into his office is confident in their attorney. Whether helping other attorneys or working with clients directly, Ian is always determined to get justice for the injured.
Ian Duncan is a top-rated attorney selected to Rising Stars for 2013 – 2020, currently overseeing the pre-litigation department at the Steinger, Greene & Feiner P.A. law offices in West Palm Beach, Florida.
He spends his time at the firm inspiring other attorneys with the same determination he has brought to his legal career every day. After his long days and nights at the office, Ian likes to unwind with his wife and two-year-old daughter. Though he might be the boss at the firm, his daughter calls the shots at home. When he can, Ian will slip out to golf, play tennis, and work on a car motor if he has the time.
Mr. Duncan graduated from St. Thomas University School of Law in 2006 and was admitted to the Florida Bar the same year.
Only a few attorneys from each state are selected to receive a Super Lawyers designation for any given year. The multi-factor selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and, evaluations, as well as professional achievement in legal practice. Ian Duncan is one of the few selected and has represented his craft and the legal discipline as a determined West Palm car accident attorney.
Every trial, every client and, every situation is completely unique and should be handled with the utmost diligence, care, and determination. That’s exactly what Ian Duncan brings to each case. A level of determination and a desire to ensure that his work has a direct, positive effect on others. Ian Duncan ensures that every client leaves his office thinking: “I love my attorney”.
This attorney spotlight is part of a series to highlight the outstanding work and dedication that Steinger, Greene & Feiner attorneys deliver every day.
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: History.com – Tennessee v. Scopes trial
: Sun-Sentinel – Jerome Barson Wrongful Death Case