Collingsworth Law is proud to announce its official sponsorship of the First Annual Sebastian Lion Fest!

Produced by the Indian River County Public Worts, the event’s purpose is to educate the public on the critical threat that the invasive lion fish poses to the eco-system of our local waterways. The event is May 14th, 2016, at Captain Hiram’s in Sebastian, Florida.

The Sebastian Lionfish Fest is a two-part event, including a fishing tournament and cook-off. If you’re not into spearing fish, be sure to at least participate in the live event at Capt. Hiram’s. An educational workshop will be conducted to teach participants about the threat of the invasive lionfish, and individuals will learn about ways in which they can contribute to the cause. Most importantly, there will be a cook-off between various Brevard restaurants featuring their best lionfish recipes (I haven’t yet tried lionfish, but am excited to try it for the first time at the event!). The crowd will vote on the most delicious recipe to crown a cook-off winner.

Having lived on and enjoyed the Indian River Lagoon for the majority of my life, I know exactly how valuable Brevard County’s unique eco-system and environment is to the community. It defines our lives here, and without, where would be? That’s why it is especially critical to support local conservation efforts aimed to protect our precious natural resources.

As a personal injury attorney, I know first-hand that some harms just cannot be undone. Money may help with the coping, but it can’t rewind the clock and eradicate what damage has already been done. In this case, it is critical to do everything we can to prevent further injury to our lagoon and surrounding environment. Let’s eat some Lionfish!

If you would like to participate in or sponsor the Sebastian Lionfish Fest, visit them at their website,

Collingsworth Law is proud to announce that we are an official sponsor of the Florida Sport Fishing Association’s (FSFA) 48th annual offshore fishing tournament. The tournament is June 3-4, 2016, hosted in Brevard County at Cape Canaveral. There’s a $5000 big fish payout and $11,000 guaranteed in cash prizes. Even if you’re not into competitive fishing, you should head out to the weigh-in on Saturday, June 4th, for a great time. There will be live entertainment, cold beverages, and lots of sweet raffle prizes.

About the FSFA

The FSFA was established in 1968. It is a family oriented, non profit organization dedicated to promote and advance the enjoyment of sport fishing in the Space Coast area and throughout the state of Florida. The Club is actively involved in resource conservation, artificial reef building, youth projects and community service. Through education and economic contribution, the FSFA strives to do its part to preserve and enhance the precious marine resources for future generations to enjoy.

Early registration for the tournament is now open. Register by May 14th for a free tournament t-shirt, raffle tickets, and entry into a special raffle available only to early registrants.

Learn more about Central Florida’s longest running fishing tournament at