Need Help?

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OR CALL 850.434.8778

Need Help?

ASK TOM

OR CALL 850.434.8778

FOCUSED ON PERSONAL INJURY.

FOCUSED ON YOU.

In the crowded world of injury law, it is common for advertisers to make big, loud promises but not deliver on service. If you need legal representation regarding an injury, it is very important to choose your law firm wisely.

Our attorneys, Tom Ueberschaer and Eric Sventek, provide one-on-one personal service to every client we represent. As our client, you will feel taken care of and happy to be working directly with an experienced lawyer, whether your case involves an auto accident or another personal injury matter, a Social Security Disability case, a workers’ comp claim or a natural disaster.

High Service, Not High Volume

Some personal injury firms work hard to take as many cases as they can. At the law firm of Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., in Pensacola and Panama City, Florida we are known for delivering a high level of service, not for running a high-volume business. We encourage people everywhere to “Ask Tom” because all of our clients actually get to work with Tom.

By taking on a relatively small number of injury cases, our lawyers are able to spend considerable time communicating with every one of our clients. Our focus on service also enables us to successfully handle cases that are complicated, large, unusual or difficult.

Why Our Clients Love Us!

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Devoted To Helping Injured People And Their Families

Thomas J. Ueberschaer, P.A., is not a general practice law firm. We devote our time and energy to one thing: helping injured people and their families.

Since 1996, Tom Ueberschaer has practiced exclusively in the areas of personal injury, workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability. Put that experience to work for you. Ask Tom how.

Free Consultations Always. Contingency Fees Only. Please Talk To Us.

All our work is done on contingency, so our clients don’t have to worry about fees, which represent a percentage of the compensation they ultimately receive.