Friday, March 2, 2012


WEST PALM BEACH, FL (March 1, 2012) - Richard Ryles has become a member of the firm now known as Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Ryles, P.A. uniting two practices into one team. Richard, a third generation West Palm Beach resident, brings to the firm his vast experience in the area of negligent security.  Negligent security lawsuits are asserted by individuals who were attacked or victimized, most often on business property.  Richard has represented many local residents in personal injury, police brutality and other high profile cases, including the $2.1 Million Dollar settlement for the survivors of the Rosewood Massacre.

After attending the University of Illinois and San Jose State University where he received his bachelors degree, Richard Ryles went on to earn his law degree from Howard University. He then returned to West Palm Beach to start his law practice.  Here he shared that his choices of practice areas were guided by his enthusiasm and desire to help people. The firm’s senior attorney Gerald Rosenthal says, “Richard’s commitment to his fellow South Florida residents has never wavered. He is as energetic and focused as ever. Richard serves as a symbol of hope and guidance for people who have been wronged by an individual, a group of individuals, or a company.”

The members and staff of Rosenthal, Levy, Simon, & Ryles, P.A. pledge to focus all of their skills, experience and dedication on assisting those who have suffered serious injury, disability or from discrimination. The firm has achieved a strong national reputation in these areas. “We earn our reputation everyday by working to provide clients the best possible legal representation,” says Richard Ryles.

About Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Ryles, P.A
Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Ryles, P.A. attorneys are champions dedicated to achieving justice and restoring quality of life. Powerful advocates for clients and their families since 1985, it has been the firm’s privilege to help rebuild shattered lives as well as to serve the community. Learn more



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