Phillip J. Sheehe

Phillip J. Sheehe

Founding Partner

Phone : 305-379-3515

Fax : 305-379-5404

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Phillip J. Sheehe, Esq. has been winning complex cases for more than 45 years.

Attorney Phillip J. Sheehe is a dedicated trial attorney representing clients throughout the State of Florida. Practicing since 1974, he is the founder of Sheehe & Associates, P.A., a distinguished law practice focused on litigating and defending the toughest cases. Over the course of his 45-year career, Mr. Sheehe has tried to verdict over 100 cases, including a six-month jury trial in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court (Miami-Dade County) and a three-month trial in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Mr. Sheehe began his career as in-house counsel for U.S. Steel and has gone on to represent major corporations and insurance companies throughout the State of Florida.

Mr. Sheehe’s practice encompasses all aspects of commercial litigation and insurance defense, including personal liability claims and subrogation. He has extensive experience investigating claims, working with experts, and preparing cases for trial. In addition to success in the court room, Mr. Sheehe is frequently retained to represent clients during mediation, and his negotiation skills have achieved many successful results.

Mr. Sheehe has earned the rating AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review, its highest recognition. Mr. Sheehe has also been named as a Preeminent Lawyer by Orlando Home & Leisure Magazine, and featured as a top lawyer and industry leader in commercial and insurance litigation by Orlando Style Magazine, Top Legal Leaders™, and the Daily Business Review.

After 45 years of litigating and defending the toughest cases, Phillip Sheehe, Esq. has added the role of arbitrator to his esteemed practice. Mr. Sheehe is a conflict resolution specialist practicing in a wide range of alternative dispute resolution disciplines.  As a Florida Qualified Arbitrator, he provides conflict resolution assistance in all litigation matters, including personal injury, commercial litigation, products liability, and  first- and third-party insurance claims. 


  • Miami-Dade County Bar Association
  • American Bar Association (Member, Committee on Practice and Procedure, NLRA Labor Relations Law Section, 1978-2000)
  • The Florida Bar (Member, Labor Relations Committee, 1979-1990)
  • The Maritime Law Association of the United States
  • Order of the Coif


  • Author: “Workmen’s Compensation-Traveling Employees-Duration and Intoxication as Deviation Factors,” 39 Tenn. L. Rev. 755, 1972;
  • “Civil Procedure-Power of Trial Court to Award Auditor,” 40 Tenn. L. Rev. 753, 1973;
  • “Conservation of Oil and Gas in Tennessee,” 41 Tenn. L. Rev. 323, 1974;
  • “The Federal Rules of Evidence: How Will the Trial of Corporate and Commercial Cases be Affected?” 31 Business Lawyer 377, 1975 (Reprinted by Hastings College of the Law, University of California, July 1976);
  • “Federal Black Lung: Ten Years of Legislation and Litigation,” Forum 525 Vol. XVI, 1981;
  • “The Mass Action Theory of Union Liability-Is It Still Valid After Carbon Fuel?” Florida Bar Journal 241, April 1984.

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