Don McKeever is proud to say that since he started his own personal injury firm over 30 years ago, he has never represented an insurance company or corporation. His entire career has been devoted to representing individuals and their loved ones who have been wrongfully injured or lost their lives due to someone else’s wrongful conduct. Don attended Memphis State University before transferring and graduating from Florida State University in 1979. He graduated in 1983 from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, where he received top awards in trial advocacy. He moved to Winter Park after graduating from Law School, and in 1984 opened his own personal injury practice. Since then, Don has focused on trial work and over the last 30 years has tried in excess of 60 cases involving personal injury or wrongful death, including obtaining a verdict in excess of 52 Million Dollars, which was in the top 35 verdicts in the United States in 2015.
Don is admitted to all Courts in the State of Florida, including the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. He is a member of the Florida Bar, the Florida Justice Association, and the Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association. Don is married to Suzanne, his wife of 32 years, and they have one child, Joseph, who is a Senior at Bishop Moore High School.
Nick Seidule was born in Winter Park Hospital and raised in Winter Springs, Florida. After receiving his degree in Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida, he received his Juris Doctor at Nova Southeastern University. While there he was a member of the moot court and Nova Law Review.
Prior to opening Seidule Law, Nick Seidule worked for almost three years exclusively handling personal injury matters including car accidents, traumatic brain injuries, medical malpractice and slip and falls.
For four years prior to handling personal injury matters, Nick worked as an Assistant State Attorney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Orange County. While serving the people of Orange and Osceola Counties, Nick handled juvenile sex crimes, felony level domestic violence, drug offenses, DUIs, and hundreds of misdemeanors and felonies.
Nick is an active member of the Orange County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, former co-chair of the Criminal Committee of the Orange County Bar Association and has previously served as a financial board member for Habitat for Humanity Orlando.