Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Mr. Forsythe grew up with a strong moral compass and a sense of justice, which still guides his professional fortitude. He utilizes that sense of duty and diligence in helping clients receive the medical and income benefits they deserve through workers’ compensation claims.
Mr. Forsythe is licensed to practice law in Florida and is a member of various bars and organizations, including:
As an aggressive litigator, Mr. Forsythe is not afraid to fiercely represent those who sustain injuries because of other people’s negligent actions. He has extensive expertise in various civil litigation areas, including catastrophic workplace accidents, auto accidents, and social security disability, bringing a unique perspective to the team at Sternberg / Forsythe, PA.
Having practiced law for the past 12 years, Mr. Forsythe thoroughly understands the ins and outs of workers’ compensation law in Florida. This has seen him represent employers and carriers in some of the largest corporations, such as Walmart. Besides providing lectures on mediation and alternative dispute resolution in the field of workers’ compensation, attorney Mr. Forsythe has also had a privilege to serve both as a board member and a chairman in various organizations. These include the Friends of 440 Scholarship Fund, an organization that raises scholarship funds for the children of workers killed or grievously injured while on the job.
When he’s not at the office or in court, Mr. Forsythe spends his spare time golfing with his younger brother and father. He also enjoys other outdoor activities with his beautiful wife Lily, and their lovely daughter Mia.
If you have recently been injured due to someone else’s negligent actions, Mr. Forsythe can help you take legal action after free case evaluation. He will guide you through the entire claims-filing process, making sure you don’t feel overwhelmed or stressed by your current situation. Call the law office of Sternberg / Forsythe, P.A. at 561-687-5660 to learn how our lawyers can help.
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