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Hale Law, a Florida plaintiff personal injury law firm, is proud to announce that Partner, Patrick Iyampillai, has been named the 2020-2021 Chairman of the Sarasota County Bar Association (SCBA) Young Lawyers Division (YLD) COVID-19, Technology, and Membership Committee. This Committee is dedicated to bringing COVID-19 related legal and technology updates to the membership of the SCBA YLD.

“Patrick’s new role is a reflection of our commitment to the Sarasota community our Firm is based in,” said Patrick Hale, Hale Law’s Managing Partner. “Our team has a responsibility to give back to the people we serve, and we continue to do that with Patrick’s latest endeavor.”

Patrick Iyampillai joined Hale Law as a Partner in 2019, and he focuses most of his practice on the firm’s litigation. For his entire career, Patrick has devoted himself solely to standing up for victims of personal injury. He represents the injured throughout Florida in cases ranging from slip and fall to wrongful death. He handles every client circumstance with sensitivity while zealously advocating for their best interests.

About Hale Law:

Hale Law is a personal injury law firm that exists to provide the people of Florida with a combination of high-quality legal services and a focus on personal attention to client needs. With offices in Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, and Port Charlotte, as well as virtual meeting services, Hale Law offers clients a local law firm feel with up-to-date technologies and constant communication. Having obtained millions in compensation for its clients, Hale Law’s goal is to always tenaciously represent its clients in order to secure the maximum compensation possible, as well as to give back to the communities they serve. To stay informed on further updates taking place with Hale Law, visit us at

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