The journey to become Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC

Frank Aloia, Jr. and Ty Roland had a vision, the rest is history

Originally established in 2005 by Frank Aloia Jr. and Ty Roland, the co-founders could not have imagined what Aloia Roland would become today. At its inception, the firm primarily focused on serving clients with business and personal injury needs. Today, Aloia Roland caters to a range of client services including litigation, personal injury and wrongful death, real estate litigation, construction litigation, business law, family law and estate planning and probate, and civil litigation.

With a reputation for excellence in the courtroom, Evan Lubell joined the practice as a full partner in 2011. As a united force, Roland and Lubell’s performance resulted in stunning trial victories for victims of serious personal injury and wrongful death.

In 2017, Roland and Lubell won the No. 1 Premise Liability Verdict in Florida. The Estate of Dominguez v. Florida Power & Light Co. case was fought and won after the Dominguez family lost their 15-year-old-son who was electrocuted while climbing bamboo near power lines.

By 2016, a rising star in the legal field, Danielle Levy Seitz joined Aloia Roland, built the family law practice from the ground up, and within five years, Levy Seitz would become the firm’s first female partner.

As the business litigation practice grew, powerhouse trial attorney, Jack Morgan joined the firm in 2017 as senior partner. His leadership and expertise helped take the firm to the next level. Morgan’s experience is as vast as his client base, which ranges from multinational corporations to local and regional businesses, contractors, real estate developers, universities, entertainers, and professional athletes.

Aloia Roland downtown building,

In 2019, Aloia Roland decided to permanently place its roots in downtown Fort Myers. The firm transformed the historic Fohl’s Hardware store, located at 2222 Second Street, contributing to the changing face of downtown Fort Myers. Completely renovated and modernized by early 2020, the firm unveiled the 6,500-square-foot building, boasting a sophisticated Florida style with state-of-the-art technology, multiple offices, meeting and gathering spaces, and a 28-space private parking lot for clients and staff. The firm’s headquarters is steps away from the Lee County Justice Center, City Hall, and the United States Courthouse and Federal Building. In 2020, the firm added a Cape Coral location headed by Scott Hertz. As of 2022, Aloia Roland continues to develop a variety of new firm expansions and opportunities for growth.

At the heart of Aloia Roland’s mission is service to the community. Next month, on Saturday, April 23, the firm will support MADD SWFL’s Fish Like MADD tournament. The 2021 event was hosted in the honor of Dylan Gonzalez, who died tragically when struck by an impaired captain in June 2016. Established to create more awareness of the rise in boating under the influence (BUI) accidents, the inaugural tournament raised more than $10,000 to continue its mission.

Aloia Roland supports Fish Like MADD, MADD SWFL, Dylan Gonzalez
Aloia Roland supports Fish Like MADD, MADD SWFL, April 23, 2022
Aloia Roland supports Fish Like MADD, MADD SWFL, April 23, 2022

Aloia Roland serves a variety of other organizations dedicated to exceptional service including Community Cooperative, Edison-Ford Winter Estates, Rotary, the Zach Martin Memorial Foundation, Valerie’s House, and the Alliance for the Arts.

To learn more about Aloia Roland, visit LawDefined.com or call (239) 791-7950.

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