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Daytona Beach Attorney - Rick Tresher

Daytona Beach Attorney Rick Tresher is a third generation Volusia County resident. He attended Seabreeze High School, Daytona Beach Community College and the University of Florida, graduating with a degree in Secondary Education in 1976. After teaching high school for one year, Mr. Tresher attended Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg, graduating in 1981 with a Juris Doctorate degree. While in law school, Rick won the Moot Court award for oral advocacy and co-authored the supplements to several legal books.


In 1981, our Daytona Beach Attorney began practicing as an Assistant State Attorney in Titusville, Florida where he handled the prosecution of URESA, misdemeanor and felony cases. In 1982, he became an associate in a large insurance defense firm representing insurance companies and their insureds in all types of personal injury, wrongful death and insurance litigation cases. Since 1987, our Daytona Beach Attorney has exclusively prosecuted personal injury, wrongful death and insurance claims against insurance companies for hundreds of clients. In his career, Mr. Tresher has tried over seventy-five jury trials, numerous non-jury trials and argued appelas before the Fifth District Court of Appeal. On three occasions, the Volusia County Bar Association has recommended Rick to the Governor of the State of Florida for judicial appointments. He has received an AV rating from the Martindale-Hubbell legal directory, the highest evaluation possible for legal knowledge and ethical practice.


As a Daytona Beach Attorney, Mr. Tresher is proud to be a part of the Volusia County community. He currently serves on the Bio-Ethics committee and the Advisory Board for Hospice of Volusia/Flagler counties. He is also a member of the Volusia Growth Management Commission.  Rick is a former Chair of the Planning and Zoning Board for the City of New Smyrna Beach and has served on the board of directors of the Center for the Visually Impaired and the Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation. He was twice co-chairman of the New Smyrna Beach Surfari Club and is a member of many charitable organizations. Rick has been active in Coronado Community United Methodist Church for over twenty years. He coached numerous little league baseball and basketball teams. Rick enjoys surfing, flyfishing, scuba diving and duck hunting. Mr. Tresher resides in New Smyrna Beach with Cindy, his wife of thirty-four years, and their three children; Ehren, Devon and Kylie.


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