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Ryan M. Sanders, Esq.

Partner | Fort Lauderdale

Meet Ryan

Ryan M. Sanders, Esq. is a partner at the law firm of Lubell Rosen. Prior to joining the firm in 2015, he spent five years working for a Boca Raton law firm, where he represented plaintiffs in negligence matters including personal injury, products liability and medical malpractice cases.

At Lubell Rosen, Mr. Sanders specializes in medical malpractice defense, and assists medical providers in the recovery of their medical bills. In the past, Mr. Sanders served as a judicial clerk to Administrative Judge Timothy Hagan with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition, he was a legal intern with the Broward County State Attorney’s Office in Fort Lauderdale.

Mr. Sanders was admitted to The Florida Bar in 2012 and is an active member of the Palm Beach County and Broward County Bar Associations. As a South Florida resident, Mr. Sanders enjoys traveling, going to the beach, and dining at many of Fort Lauderdale’s excellent restaurants.

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If you were seriously injured in a large truck crash, you may be able to recover compensation for the resulting damages. Before you can pursue a claim, however, you must identify all those who played a role in the wreck.

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