Alexander "Sandy" Paderewski

Trial Attorney Since 1975

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Alexander "Sandy" Paderewski

Sandy Paderewski was born, raised and spent his entire legal career in Sarasota, dedicating himself to making a difference for each and every of his hundreds of clients.

Sandy graduated with honors from Duke University. He earned his Juris Doctor from Mercer University and returned home to practice law in Sarasota. In 1996, Sandy and Dan Dannheisser established the Paderewski & Dannheisser Law Firm.

Sandy became a respected leader throughout the legal community, specializing in real estate, commercial transactions and workers’ compensation litigation. He was recognized throughout Florida for his brilliance, commitment to detail and boundless energy that he brought to each and every client and matter of law.

Honors

  • AV rating by Martindale Hubbell

Bar Admissions

  • Florida Bar Association – 1975
  • Georgia Bar Association – 1975
  • United States Court of Appeals – 1975
  • District Court, Florida – 1976
  • District Court Georgia – 1975
  • Sarasota County Bar Association – 1975

Publications

  • “Discovery in Aid of Execution”

Education

  • Bachelor of Art, Duke University – 1972
  • Doctorate of Law, Mercer University – 1975

Community Service

  • Board of Directors, Sarasota Sports Committee
  • Youth baseball coach, Sarasota Little League

Free Consultation

You will pay no fee for your initial consultation. Call today at 941.444.9601 to schedule your free consultation. We do not require you to pay any monies in order to hire us to represent you in personal-injury or wrongful death cases. We will aggressively represent you on a contingency fee basis with a single-minded focus. Fees are paid to the firm only when you receive a settlement or jury verdict.

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