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The Lawyers and Clinics in the 411-PAIN Network

Last week's New Times cover story was an investigation of the 1-800-411-PAIN Referral Service, a network of chiropractors and lawyers that solicits clients who have been in car accidents. Some readers requested we list the names of the professionals involved in the network. Since it's a private company, we don't have access to the complete list, but we can give you the basics.

Here are the medical clinics we know are in the network, based on public records and interviews:

-Broward Rehab Center
-Hollywood Injury Rehabilitation Center
-Dade Injury Rehabilitation
-Injury Centers of St. Pete

-Jacksonville Injury & Rehab
-Metro Injury & Rehab Center (Aventura)
-Injury Centers of Lakeland
-Pines Injury Center (not open for business yet)
-Polo Medical Center North (Port St. Lucie and West Palm Beach)
-Gold Coast Physicians Center (Delray Beach)
-Injury Centers of Tampa
-Injury Centers of North Tampa
-Injury Centers of Central Tampa
-Injury Centers of South Tampa

In May, the company submitted a partial list of 19 attorneys to the Florida Bar. By the end of the year, 100 attorneys should be registered with the Bar, according to the company. The initial group includes:

-Alexis Izquierdo, Hialeah
-Richard M. Kirshner, Miami
-Jonathan H. Groff, Miami
-Angel R. Diaz, Miami
-Jose Toledo, Tampa
-Dominic Fariello, Tampa
-Frank Verdi, Tampa
-Jim Amarosa, Tampa
-Vince Pawlowski, Tampa
-Michael Gibson, Orlando
-Luzardo Pendas, Orlando
-Michael Manglardi, Orlando
-Julio Marinez, Jr., Kissimmee
-Mark NeJame, Orlando
-Jason Recksiedler, Orlando
-Andy Treusch, Orlando
-Mark Matovina, Port Orange
-Steven Vasilaros, Holly Hill
-Piercy Stakelum, Orlando

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