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Ulrich, Scarlett, Wickman & Dean, P.A. is an AV-rated law firm based in beautiful Sarasota, Florida. We strive to provide exceptional service by providing practical, cost-effective solutions to our clients' needs in order to bring about the best possible result with a minimum of costs and inconvenience to our clients.

We are large enough to provide adequate resources for virtually any project, but small enough to provide the high level of personal service our clients have come to expect through unwavering loyalty, timely results, attention to detail and frequent communication. We focus on the development and implementation of innovative, practical solutions. That same approach extends to our firm’s involvement in the community, where our attorneys and staff actively participate in local charities and civic organizations.


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2940 South Tamiami Trail Sarasota, Florida 34239
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Data Security Breach - In the event of any breach of security, meaning unauthorized access of data in electronic from containing Personal Information, involving 500 or more individuals, the Firm will provide notice of such breach to the Florida Department of Legal Affairs as expeditiously as possible, but no later than 30 days after determination of the breach or reason to believe a breach occurred, in accordance with Florida Statutes Section 501.171(3)(a) (2015). Further any such breach of security will be expeditiously reported to the Sarasota Police. Notice of any such security breach shall be given in each individual whose Personal Information was, or reasonably believed to have been accessed as a result of the breach, as expeditiously as practicable and without unreasonable delay in accordance with the requirements of Florida Statutes Section 501.171(4)(a) (2015).