780 94th Ave. N
St. Petersburg , FL 33702
Open: (Monday to Friday ) – 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Close: (Saturday- Sunday) – Holiday
Philip Weylie Personal Injury Lawyer
A powerful advocate, Philip A. Weylie was born in Ontario, Canada, and grew up in the Tampa Bay area, where he currently resides. He has spent the last seven years representing foreign nationals in immigration proceedings and defending Florida residents who have been wrongfully harmed or injured by the negligence of others. As an immigrant himself, Philip understands the U.S. immigration system and how to navigate it to best help his clients reach their goals. Further, Philip’s steadfast determination to hold parties accountable for their negligent or harmful actions makes him a trusted advocate for those who have been seriously injured. In addition to Personal Injury Law and U.S. Immigration Law, Philip also practices Probate Law, and Real Estate Law.
Philip earned his Juris Doctor degree (J.D.) from Stetson University College of Law in 2012. Simultaneously, Philip also earned his Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Stetson University College of Business in Deland, Florida. Before attending law school, he received his Bachelor’s of Arts (B.A.) from Eckerd College in 2008. Throughout his career, Weylie has been an unwavering supporter of veterans’ organizations through volunteering, donations, and sponsorship. He is also a former partner at Veterans Memorial Title.
Since he started practicing law, Philip has built a reputation as a formidable opponent known for his strategic thinking and effectiveness in the courtroom. He has fought on behalf of ordinary people and strived to obtain justice, no matter how challenging or complex the case. With extensive experience in handling personal injury and immigration matters, Philip brings invaluable experience to his clients.
Philip Weylie is licensed to practice law in the State of Florida and in the Middle District of Florida Federal Courts.
In his free time, Philip loves staying active, as he’s played competitive sports the majority of his life. He attended Eckerd College with a full baseball and academic scholarship after being named St. Petersburg Times’ (now Tampa Bay Times) Pinellas County Baseball Player of the Year and 1st Team All State in 2004. Presently, he plays baseball, golf, and hockey and enjoys spending time with his French bulldog, Mr. Cooper.