(866) I-SUE-YOU (478-3968)
(866) BAD RXRX   (223-7979)
(844) 411-KING     (411-5464)
(844) TEX INFO     (839-4636)
(954) 227-7529
(954) 998-0075 Text
(954) 227-1243 Fax

Workers’ Compensation Law Firm

THE LAW OFFICES OF EVAN M. OSTFELD, P.A. was formed in 2001 to represent exclusively the needs of injured individuals and their families in the District of Columbia, Florida and Texas. Evan has over 30 years of legal experience. The Firm specifically focuses on handling claims involving Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Diminished Value, Product Liability, Defective Medical Devices, Bad Drugs, Wrongful Death, Motor Vehicle accidents, Slip & Fall claims, Cruise Ship injuries and Negligent Security actions.



December 2017 to Present: Of Counsel to Klitsas & Vercher PC, Houston, TX. Statewide. Representation of individuals and families involving: Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Diminished Value, Wrongful Death, Slip & Falls, Trip&Falls, Automobile/Truck accidents, Negligent Security and Property Damage matters.

September 2001 thru Present: Law Offices of Evan M. Ostfeld, P.A., Statewide. Representation of individuals and families involving: Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Diminished Value, Product Liability, Defective Medical Devices, Bad Drugs, Wrongful Death, Cruise Ship claims, Slip&Falls, Trip&Falls, Automobile/Truck accidents and Negligent Security matters. We either handle and our co-counsel cases throughout the United States, from inception, mediation, trial and or through appeal if necessary.

March 1998 thru August 2001: Sawgrass Legal Center, Tamarac. Lead Associate: Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Social Security and Employment law. Supervised other attorneys while handling own extensive case load.

October 1993 thru February 1998: Piken, Schiffrin & Baron P.A., North Miami Beach. Associate: Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Social Security and Traffic law. Managed heavy case load (initial client intake through depositions, pre-trials, mediations, and final hearings). Motion practice, appellate writing and legal research.

Finding My Way (how and why I became an attorney)

Starting at 10 years old, my family crisscrossed moving across the country. We started in Long Island, New York, in 1976, but then someone said, “Go West, young man,” so we did and ended up in the Valley of the Sun: Phoenix, Arizona. Next, our adventure took us to Miami, Florida, in 1978 (of course, I was too late to witness the Miami Dolphins’ glory years). We then volleyed back and forth from the Big Apple to the Sunshine State until 1985. Honestly, I thought we were traveling in Doc Brown’s DeLorean!

Some thought our moves were because my sisters and I were military brats. I’d state with a straight face, however, that we were part of the Witness Protection Program. In reality, it was because of my dad’s varied jobs. He tried many different things, but sometimes they just didn’t pan out. Based upon my early life as a “gypsy,” I always wanted to be my own boss. Since there had been so much instability with my father’s occupations, I did not want someone to have control over my fate. In fact, even way back then, I knew that if I ever started a family, they would not be towed around from state to state because of constantly changing my career.

Fortunately, Florida has been my home for the past 40 years. As a 54-year-old looking back, moving around wasn’t the biggest part of my life, but it nevertheless helped shaped me into the person I’ve become. It wasn’t until late in high school and into college that things settled down, but I still didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life. After finishing school with a business/marketing degree I worked for about a year truly hating my first “real-world” job. Knowing that I was very unhappy, a very close friend of mine made a suggestion that changed my life. He had just started law school and asked me to join him for a day, just to see how it was.

Long story short, I loved it so much that I quit my job, studied for the LSAT, and applied to law school. During this transition, I worked for American Express “1-800-THE-GOLD” as an overqualified customer service rep. Three basic things clicked with me about being an attorney: 1) They have an advanced skill set, 2) oftentimes they can work for themselves, and 3) if the client has a positive experience during representation, a good lawyer is remembered.

After graduating from St. Thomas Law School in 1993, I took the Florida and  Federal Bar exams and passed them the first time. It went much better than when I took my New York driving test in 1982, that’s for sure. The “old man” driving instructor had it out for me from the get-go, but that’s a story for another day! As a new attorney, I worked for two small law offices concentrating on handling personal injury and workers’ compensation matters, much like my own firm does today. We only represented individuals and their families. It was very satisfying helping the underdog versus the big bad insurance companies and large corporations. I really felt like we were leveling the playing field.

In 2001, I put up a shingle and started my own law shop. Interestingly, I received word that my business was incorporated on Sept. 11, 2001. Although it was an ominous beginning, I’ve never looked back. In fact, I have been proudly representing the “Rocky Balboas” of the world for almost 19 years in the areas of personal injury, workers’ compensation, and now mass torts, including Roundup, hernia mesh, talcum powder, Essure and Zantac cases.

Why do I use vanity numbers? Simple! It helps us stand out and be remembered. In life, it’s a good feeling when people don’t forget who you are. It’s also smart business! I always hated after each of my family’s moves to be the “New Kid in Town”, just like the Eagles 1976 hit song, which coincidentally was when my journey began. So, in essence, I have made it one of my goals to make sure people remember me as their attorney4life.

Thank you for choosing Evan M. Ostfeld for your legal needs. I hope you will continue to count on us; we are only a phone call, text, or email away to discuss any legal issues you may have at (866) I-SUE-YOU; (866) BAD-RXRX; (844) 411-KING; (954) 998-0075 text; (954) 227-7529, or evan@attorney4life.com.


  • Admitted to DC Bar 2023.
  • Admitted to Texas Bar 2022.
  • Admitted to Federal Bar, 1994.
  • Admitted to Florida Bar, 1993.
  • Juris Doctor: St. Thomas Law School, 1993.
  • Bachelor Business Administration: Florida Atlantic University, 1988.


A.E.PI fraternity, American Trial Lawyers, American Association for Justice, Broward County Bar, Broward County Solo/Small Law Firm section, Collier County Bar, Dade County Bar, Dallas County Bar, DC Bar, Federal Bar, Florida Bar, Florida Workers’ Compensation Section, Florida Workers’ Advocates, Florida Lawyers Network, Houston Bar Association, Lee County Bar, National Trial Lawyers, Ohio Association for Justice, Palm Beach County Bar, Palm Beach County Solo/Small Law Firm section, Phi Alpha Delta fraternity, South Broward Bar Association, South Palm Beach County Bar, Texas Bar, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group.


We honor ALL Legal Plans but are members of: AAA, American Prepaid Legal, AMEX Legal, A.R.A.G., AVVO, Broward County Bar,, Caldwell Legal USA, Ceridian Performance Partners, Collier County Bar, Countrywide Pre-Paid Legal, Dade County Bar, Dallas County Bar Association,Equal Justice for All, Florida Bar, GE Financial Assurance, Glantz & Glantz, Guardian Legal, Hyatt Legal Plans, Law Phone, Lee County Bar, Legal Access, Legal Club of America, Legal EASE, Legal Wise, Legal Services Plan, Legal Shield, Legal Zoom, LMO America Legal, LRIS Texas, Met Life, Palm Beach County Bar, Pre-Paid Legal Services, Prime Legal, Rocket Lawyer, Southern Legal Services, Texas Legal, Texas Legal Services, The Legal Plan, Total Help, Total Legal Care, TVC Pro-Driver, Inc., U.S. Legal Services, U.S. Union Network and the Voluntary Legal Plan.

We will handle your case with dedication and professionalism, Evan will meet with you personally throughout the claim process to review the legal criteria to obtain benefits, the medical evidence and hearing procedures so you know exactly what to expect. We will go the extra mile for our clients since our firm understands how one’s lives are profoundly altered by disability, the inability to work and the uncertainty of lengthy litigation.

Law Offices of Evan M. Ostfeld, P.A.
The Coral Springs Professional Campus
5421 N. University Dr, #102
Coral Springs, FL 33067-4638

600 West 6th St, #400
Ft. Worth, TX 76102 5401

550 Westcott St, #570
Houston, TX 77007-5042

5401 McPherson Rd, #6
Laredo, TX 78041

409 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20004

(866) I-SUE-YOU   (478-3968)
(866) BAD RXRX  (223-7979)
(844) 411-KING     (411-5464)
(844) TEX-INFO   (839-4636)
(954) 227-7529
(954) 998-0075 Text
(954) 227-1243 Fax

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