Rebeca Sayers, born in Chicago, Illinois, grew up in Florida, graduating from Gaither High School in Tampa, Florida. She pursued her Bachelors of Arts in Education from the University of South Florida and subsequently obtained her law degree from Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg, Florida. Rebeca was fortunate to serve as an intern at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. She also clerked for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in Tampa, Florida, working primarily with circuit court counsel and the criminal law judges.
Immediately following graduation Rebeca relocated to St. Louis, Missouri to begin her legal career working as a consultant for legal publisher Reed Elsevier. Rebeca is a member of the Florida Bar, the Missouri Bar, the Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association and the American Justice Association.
Rebeca was introduced to the practice area of personal injury while working as an office manager for her husband’s chiropractic practice. She quickly learned of the severe injuries inflicted upon patients involved in auto accidents, familiarizing herself with treatment protocols, diagnosis codes and permanency of injuries. Rebeca witnessed many of her husband’s patients suffer life altering injuries as a result of auto accidents. As a result, Rebeca pursued a practice in personal injury, representing those who have been injured through no fault of their own. Rebeca is committed to assisting her clients as they seek to heal from their injuries and recover from the at fault parties.
Rebeca is available for free consultations with personal injury clients, and there is no fee if she is not able to recover for your injuries.
Residing in Lutz with her three sons Rebeca enjoys attending her sons’ baseball tournaments and cross country meets.