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West Palm Beach Personal Injury Attorneys
Serious Injury, Superb Results throughout Florida Since 1985
We have outworked others in our field to achieve success as Personal Injury Attorneys. Located in West Palm Beach, Lytal, Reiter, Smith, lvey & Fronrath is here to guide and protect you from the insurance companies and their adjusters – the people that are hired and trained to minimize claims and pay as little as possible.
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Our lawyers have over 250 years combined experience handling accident and injury cases, from the beginning of the claim through trial and appeal. We are dedicated to giving our clients the best representation and giving you the assurance that every aspect of your case get the attention it deserves.
LYTAL, REITER, SMITH, IVEY & FRONRATH TAKES ON TESLA TO MAKE ROADWAYS SAFE
Lake H. “Trey” Lytal III, partner at the West Palm Beach Law firm of Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath, continues to investigate Tesla crashes around the world after a deadly crash in Palm Beach County. Lytal said, “How many more lives need to be lost? How many more loved ones need to be catastrophically injured for the company (Tesla) to do the right thing and fix this problem?”
$3,000,000 WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT
Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath partner, Lance C. Ivey represented the mother of a deceased young woman who allegedly died of legionnaires disease. After several traumatic days in and out of Palm Beach County emergency clinics, the 37-year-old woman died in a hospital apparently from the disease contracted from a hot tub while traveling out of state. Legionnaires disease is not easily detected which may have led to a misdiagnosis by the hospitals possibly causing the disease to fester even longer without the correct treatment.
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