Tuttle Law is proud to announce that Michelle Servos was elected President of Literacy Services of Indian River County in January 2017. Michelle joined the board of the organization in 2015 and has served in several different capacities. Michelle is very involved in our community and has contributed her time, experience, and resources to numerous non-profit organizations in Indian River County.

Literacy Services of Indian River County is committed to providing quality literacy tutoring to local adults so that they and their family can become contributing members of the community through improved literacy skills. Their vision is to end generational illiteracy throughout Indian River County. They formed in 1971, and are a non-profit (501(c)(3) organization and a proud United Way agency partner. Their volunteer tutors provide free, confidential, and one-to-one tutoring to individuals aged 16 and older or within group settings at the request of local employers.

Michelle has dedicated herself to the community and to procuring compensation for clients who have suffered injury through the negligence of others for more than ten years. Michelle is an integral member of our firm and is able to utilize her knowledge and experience as a registered nurse to zealously advocate for our clients.