Ask Tom to Find Answers
Asking questions doesn’t mean much if you don’t get the answers you need. Hiring a law firm can be disappointing if you don’t get to work directly with an experienced lawyer who will keep you informed. That’s why you should talk to us. We see each of our clients as an important relationship, not a file or a case number. Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., is an established injury firm in northwest Florida. In our office in Pensacola, we provide every one of our clients with direct, personal service. We are compassionate, effective, knowledgeable and experienced at winning maximum compensation for injured people and their families.
About Our Law Firm
Tom Ueberschaer is our founding attorney, who many people recognize from “Ask Tom” ads. He has been representing injured people in Florida since 1996. If you work with our firm, Tom will handle your case personally.
We evaluate and manage each case on an individual basis, striving for the best result. While we are always open to an acceptable settlement from the parties responsible for your injury, we are not afraid to use our courtroom talents to fight for the compensation you deserve.
As your attorney, Tom, along with his highly experienced team, will thoroughly investigate and prepare your case for trial. He will make sure your medical treatment and your financial recovery are as favorable as possible.
Tom Ueberschaer received his undergraduate degree in political science from Binghamton University and his JD from the University of Florida School of Law.
Attorney Eric Sventek, a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Akron School of Law, litigates personal injury cases and other important matters on behalf of our clients.
Since 1996, our law firm has worked to protect the rights of Florida’s injured and helped our clients throughout their recovery. Our attorneys, Thomas J. Ueberschaer and Eric Sventek, take pride in providing personal service to each of our clients.
With an office in Pensacola, Florida, we serve clients all along the Gulf Coast.