THE LAW OFFICES OF HOWARD F. SILBER
SERVING THE PROFESSIONAL ATHLETE AND BUSINESS COMMUNITIES SINCE 1980.
SPECIALIZING IN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES INCLUDING CTE, ORTHOPEDIC INJURIES, AND WORKERS COMPENSATION/DISABILITY CLAIMS REGARDLESS OF THE DATE OF YOUR RETIREMENT FROM PROFESSIONAL SPORTS.
OVER $10,000,000.00 RECOVERED IN FY 2017-2018 ALONE.
Phone: (818) 706-8510
Aggressive Representation - Full Compensation - Trust & Support
Let the Law Offices of Howard F. Silber be the solution for your legal representation needs. We specialize in representing former professional athletes with regard to injuries suffered during their professional careers. We file cases against leagues, teams, and insurance providers. Our firm is designed to prevail on behalf of our clients at the intersection of sports and law, no matter where they played or when.
Workers Compensation and Injury Suits
Filing claims in Federal, State and Workers' Compensation courts are complicated and require legal expertise. It is important that you have an attorney with you to make sure you recover maximum damages.
When you are already dealing with the aftermath of a sports related injury, you need an experienced lawyer to fight for your rights.
Throughout many years of providing this service to clients, our team has gained the experience and expertise necessary to make this process as successful as possible. If you have any questions, simply reach out.
Howard F. Silber, Esq.
Howard F. Silber graduated from the University of Tennessee, where he was a member of the basketball program, in 1976. He obtained his JD from the University of Miami in 1980. Since then, he has specialized in representing athlete’s needs as an agent, advisor, and attorney. He has both negotiated sports contracts in the hundreds of millions of dollars and has successfully litigated many seven figure settlements on behalf of his professional athlete clientele. He has been prevailing counsel in many benchmark sports lawsuits including: Pacific Sports and Entertainment v. Weinberg; Pro-Tec Management v. Luchs; Lemieux v. New Jersey Devils; Hodgson v. Lloyds of London; and the ongoing In re National Hockey Players' Concussion Injury Litigation.