Robert Pasch

Attorney in West Palm Beach, FL
After four years of fighting it out in the courtroom for the Palm Beach County Public Defender's Office, Robert Pasch joined the Law Firm of Gonzalez and Porcher to continue his zealous representation of individuals in need of his services. Robert’s extensive education and training in the field of criminal law, in conjunction with his tireless spirit, make him an excellent choice should you need a criminal attorney.

In addition, to his criminal law experience, Robert also practices in the field of personal injury and workers compensation. His tenacious style, learned in the trenches of the criminal court, transfers well to the civil arena where he represents individuals who have had the misfortune to be injured by the negligence of others or on the job.

Robert attended Syracuse Law School, where he founded the ACLU Chapter and received a prestigious public service award. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University. In his spare time, Robert teaches law and forensics at the high school level.
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Areas of Law

  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Death
  • Workers Compensation
  • Auto accidents


Experience & Credentials



Admission Details

Admitted in 1999, Florida

Law School Attended

Syracuse University
Class of 1999

University Attended

Florida State University
Class of 1996

Birth Information

Born in 1974

Contact Information


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Office Information
Robert Pasch
 939 Belvedere Rd.,
West Palm Beach, FL 33405


Marcos Gonzalez & Associates (West Palm Beach, Florida)

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