Born and raised in Orlando, Glen Wieland seemed destined to be a lawyer; his father as well as his brothers were attorneys. “My father was a very big influence on all three of us,” he says. “He was one of the original workers’ comp lawyers in town before he sat as a judge for 23 years.” No surprise that Mr. Wieland, who has been practicing for over 25 years himself, has been Board Certified in Workers’ Compensation since 1990.
The firm, Wieland Hilado & DeLattre, represents individuals injured or who have suffered loses as a result of automobile accidents, premises accidents or job-related accidents. Mr. Wieland has served as president of the Florida Workers’ Advocates, a statewide organization of trial attorneys who specialize in workers’ compensation. His other areas of practice include personal injury, automobile negligence, insurance disputes, wrongful death, toxic torts and social security disability. Mr. Wieland completed his undergraduate studies at Presbyterian College in South Carolina before receiving his law degree from The Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. He returned to Orlando in 1982 and began practicing law at Walker & Buckmaster, where he stayed for five years. He left to partner with another attorney for… Read More