Law partners Alan Sackrin and Larry Tolchinsky have for many years dedicated themselves to helping people who have needed legal assistance in a variety of matters – money, real estate, health, family, home, marriage break-up, personal injuries, lost wages, car accidents, slip and falls, pain and suffering, ability to work, etc. — and with finding justice in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, and the State of Florida.
We Help People with Serious Personal Injuries from Accidents Like:
We Help People facing Financial issues, including:
Experienced Lawyers Helping Local and Out of State Clients
We are Fort Lauderdale Lawyers but because of our diverse client base we also consider ourselves as Plantation, Florida Lawyers as well as lawyers who serve the people of Wilton Manors, Oakland Park, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhill and Pompano Beach and all people throughout Broward County and South Florida.
You may hear some people say that all law firms are pretty much the same, and in a way they are right: all lawyers have to practice the same state law: the Florida codes, statutes, and court case law control every Florida claim.
However, that’s where the similarity ends – because just like the people they serve, each law firm has its own personality, its own attitudes, and its own reasons for being.
At Sackrin & Tolchinsky, partners Alan Sackrin and Larry Tolchinsky take pride in having built a law firm where everyone – lawyers and staff – are not just good at their jobs but of good character and with great hearts.
Clients aren’t just files, they’re friends — friends who are hurting and need help.
Everyone at Sackrin & Tolchinsky truly cares about what happens to the people who entrust this firm with fighting for their legal rights, especially when these clients have been so recently betrayed by someone or something that they had every right to trust: a vehicle, a doctor, a drug, a food item, a bank, an appraiser, a hospital, a school, a spouse.
Betrayal hurts the heart – but more importantly, it can destroy someone’s life.
The attorneys and professional staff of Sackrin & Tolchinsky have helped Fort Lauderdale residents suffering real pain from a variety of legal causes, including both physical injuries that may involve long-term, permanent injuries such as traumatic brain injury or spinal cord damage as well as financial injuries that can involve victimization due to things like mortgage loan fraud, foreclosure fraud, appraiser fraud, and other money crises.
Lawyers Devoted to Helping People
This is a South Florida law firm dedicated to helping people who have been seriously hurt. Consider this:
While Sackrin & Tolchinsky has a centrally located office (for the convenience of their clients in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, and all of South Florida), they have represented people who lived in other parts of the state of Florida as well as across the country and Canada.
To some, they may be Fort Lauderdale Attorneys, but the reality is that the law firm’s attorneys are just as easily labeled: Sunrise Attorneys, Wilton Manors Lawyers, Pompano Beach Lawyers, Tamarac Lawyers, Coconut Creek Lawyers, Cooper City Attorneys or Plantation Florida Lawyers. You get the idea.
Just So You Know…
Every once in a while, the firm’s lawyers add new site information related to areas of Florida law for the benefit of anyone surfing the web and interested in learning more about that topic, which is something that the lawyers and their clients are dealing with at the time.
The public is encouraged (along with clients, colleagues, and friends) to utilize these free, online resources if they are seeking information about things like:
Cruise Ship Injuries – Cruise Line Passengers Can Be Injured or Killed, Perils of International Waters
Cruise ships owe their passengers a duty of safe transportation…. Read More
Summary Administration of Florida assets
Where the decedent has been dead for more than 2 years or the assets are less than $75,00.00…Read More
Deficiency Judgments on Mortgage Balances
As if foreclosing on your home was not bad enough, some former homeowners find themselves still on the hook for their mortgage balance even after they’ve lost their home …. Read More
If your house is worth less than you owe and you cannot afford your mortgage payments, you may be worried about the possibility of foreclosure. You need to research and understand the details and complexities of today’s short sale options …. Read More
You Can Contact a Lawyer at the Fort Lauderdale, Florida Law Firm Sackrin & Tolchinsky to Ask a Question (No Charge) or to Get a Full Case Evaluation (It’s Free)
If you, a family member, or a loved one has suffered a life-altering financial injury through foreclosure or fraud, if you or someone love has had a serious personal injury resulting in severe harm or even permanent incapacity, or if you are tragically grieving the loss of an injury victim due to a wrongful death, then please feel free to contact one of the lawyers here at Sackrin & Tolchinsky by phone to schedule a free initial consultation of your possible legal rights and remedies at (954) 522-0207.
Or if you prefer to communicate online, then please feel free to fill out the “How Can We Help You?” form above for a no-cost case evaluation – or just to ask a question or two. A lawyer (not a paralegal or secretary) will respond to your message within 24 hours.
Florida lawyers serving those living in the State of Florida including those living in the Miami Dade metroplex and the communities of Broward County, Florida including:
Sunrise | Wilton Manors | Pompano Beach | Tamarac | Coconut Creek | Cooper City | Plantation | Coral Springs | Dania Beach | Davie | Deerfield Beach | Fort Lauderdale | Hillsboro Beach | Lauderdale-by-the-Sea | Lauderdale Lakes | Lauderhill | Lazy Lake | Lighthouse Point | Margate | North Lauderdale | Oakland Park | Parkland | Sea Ranch Lakes | Southwest Ranches | West Park | Weston
Get a Free Case Evaluation – Call (954) 522-0207
DISCLAIMER: This website provides general information regarding legal injuries and their redress as defined by Florida law. This is provided for information purposes only and is not legal advice. It does not create an attorney-client relationship.