Tallahassee, FL. – Attorney Travis L. Stock of the Weinstein Law Firm has been re-appointed by the Florida Bar’s President-Elect to continue serving on the Small Claims Rules Committee. The scope and function of the Small Claims Rules Committee is to carry out the mandate of Rule 2.140, Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, concerning the proposal of new rules of procedure and changes to existing rules governing small claims cases (i.e., cases and controversies involving amounts less than $5,000).
“I am honored to continue serving on the Florida Bar’s Small Claims Rules Committee,” said Travis Stock. “It has been a pleasure working together with my fellow colleagues on this committee and the first 3 years of serving have been very rewarding. I’m excited to see what challenges we face for the next 3 years.”
Mr. Stock will begin his 2nd term on July 01, 2016. The Florida Bar has more than 100,000 members and is the statewide professional and regulatory organization for lawyers.
The Weinstein Law Firm was established by managing partner and civil justice attorney, Andrew Weinstein more than 20 years ago. The firm represents individuals and families injured in automobile and premises liability accidents, as well as those harmed by dangerous and defective products throughout the State of Florida. In addition, the firm represents Florida health care professionals in a wide range of legal issues, which include Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and insurance claims. More information can be found at www.weinstein-law.com or by calling (954) 757-7500.
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