Protecting and Defending the Rights of Florida’s Injured Workers

Born and raised in Toms River, New Jersey, Andy Reich graduated from Vermont Law School in 1991 and began his legal career as an Assistant Public Defender in Okeechobee. Andy offers strong insight into all perspectives of injury cases – he initially worked for well-known statewide defense firms in West Palm Beach representing insurance companies in workers’ compensation matters, and then began representing injured workers when he moved to Martin County in 1994.

Today, Andy continues to relentlessly protect and defend Florida’s injured workers. He is a very active board member of the “Friends of 440 Treasure Coast” – an organization that raises college scholarship funds for children of injured workers and focuses on aid to dependents or descendants of workers who are injured in the course and scope of their employment and received benefits under the Florida Workers’ Compensation Law and who reside or whose accident occurred in the State of Florida.

Andy is a member of the American Bar Association, Florida Bar Association as well as the New Jersey Bar Association and the United States District Court of the District of New Jersey. He currently resides in Martin County.


Unique Insights into Injury Claims

Born in Detroit Michigan, David Mancini graduated from the University of Michigan and moved to Central Florida in 1991 to continue his studies at Stetson University College of Law. While attending Stetson, David was a member of the Stetson Law Forum; an avid student of trial practice and procedure; and during summers he clerked in Tampa, Florida for a Florida Board Certified Civil Trial attorney who specialized in personal injury and wrongful death. After passing the Florida Bar Exam, David was hired by the then largest law firm in the tri-county area of Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. Subsequently, the foundation of David’s law career began with focus on Workers’ Compensation Law representing some of the largest insurance companies and employers in Florida and nationwide.

Soon enough, David realized that he could make the biggest difference representing injured individuals and families, not large corporations. It was at that time, he partnered with Andrew Reich. Since 1998, David, Andrew and their associates have represented thousands of clients. David has developed tremendous insight into the way injury claims are handled, and takes great personal and professional satisfaction in helping injury victims achieve their needed and deserving rewards.

David takes great pride in helping local schools and organizations further education for children. There are countless local and national organizations that his family and firm have supported through funding and sponsorship. David is a former board member of Friends of 440, an organization which provides scholarships to the children and families of injured workers. David is an active member of the Florida Justice Association, which dedicated to strengthening and upholding Florida’s civil justice system and protecting the rights of Florida’s citizens and consumers. David, his wife, and daughter are residents of Palm City in Martin County and attend Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.



Christopher Vielman was born and raised in Southern California. The first in his family to attend college, Christopher graduated Summa cum laude from California State University. Soon after graduation he moved to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to attend the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University receiving his Juris Doctorate in May 2011. During his time at Nova he participated as a visiting student at Rutgers Law School in Camden, New Jersey and volunteered with the Florida Bar Foundation as a Public Service Fellow.

Growing up in California, Christopher actively participated with the Boy Scouts of America and in August 2002 he received the notable Eagle Scout Award. The Boy Scouts set the path and framework for Chris’s commitment to helping others less fortunate.

Christopher has experience working with Legal Aid of Broward County as a Pro-Bono Intern in the Homeless Legal Rights Project. He also spent an exciting time with the New Mexico Public Defender’s office in Gallup, New Mexico. While there he provided criminal defense for indigent clients many of whom were Native Americans belonging to the Navajo and Zuni nations. Christopher enjoys interacting with clients and is dedicated to helping them in their time of need. He is also bilingual, being fluent in Spanish.

Christopher joined the law firm of Reich & Mancini in 2013 and currently resides in Palm City with his wife and five young children.




Our firm expects a high standard of excellence in our representation of clients’ interests. Our attorneys are not only accomplished and experienced lawyers in their area, they provide a necessary and intricate component of the firm. The partners extend direct collaboration with all associate attorneys providing comprehensive representation of your legal matters.


At Reich & Mancini, our staff members are hands-on in working to resolve each client’s cases in an ethical, professional and expeditious manner. Understanding that legal options can be confusing, we represent almost 50 years of combined legal experience and are staffed with a team of professionals ready to handle your legal concerns!

“David Mancini is the best lawyer you could ever want. He has the best people working for him. They are nice, friendly, and very helpful. Reich & Mancini is truly a super law firm.”

Janet L. • Port Saint Lucie, FL

“Because of your focus and follow through, I have received medical care for the past 2 ½ years while the insurance company has fought you every step of the way. Thanks for not giving up!!”

Patrice F. • Palm City, FL

“Your dedication, professionalism, and kindness were above and beyond anything I would have ever imagined… and I am still in shock at the settlement that you obtained for me. Thank you so much.”

Danielle H. • Jensen Beach, FL