Tampa, FL – Attorney Martin J. Hernandez announces his new law firm. The new firm, at the same location, has the same dedicated paralegals, case managers and support staff and is completely dedicated to serving personal injury victims in the Tampa Bay Area.
Hernandez has been practicing law since 2001 and is one of the few attorneys in Florida to have tried over 100 jury trials. With a focus on auto accidents and other negligence claims, his career started by joining the Office of State Attorney for the Thirteenth Judicial District in Hillsborough County as an Assistant State Attorney. He was then promoted to the position of lead trial attorney in the narcotics division and tried numerous high-profile, complicated cases. He went into private practice in 2004 to further help those in need and after an 18-year successful partnership, Martin decided to pursue a practice in helping victims.
“The only thing that has changed is the name, phone number and now we completely
focus on personal injury law,” said Hernandez. “I have been able to retain all of my experienced and compassionate staff and will be able to make this transition seamlessly.”
Hernandez primarily handles cases that arise from auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, premises liability, slip or trip and falls, and negligent security. In addition, he is currently an Eagle member of the Florida Justice Association, regarded as the premier trial lawyer organization for the State of Florida; Tampa Bay Trial Lawyers Association; Latin Chamber of Commerce, Ybor City Rotary Club; Trustee for Boys and Girls Club; Knights of Sant’Yago; and involved in the Boy Scouts of America (Eagle Scout, former Cubmaster, and currently an Assistant Scoutmaster).
About Martin Hernandez Law Office: The Office is located at 3002 W. Kennedy Blvd., in Tampa, Florida. Mr. Hernandez also has achieved numerous verdicts, judgments and settlements well above the defendant’s policy limits. In one case he handled, the insurance company paid $1.2 million to his client when the defendant’s policy limits was only $25,000. Additionally, he settled many other cases that resolved for 10 to 50 times the policy limits of the defendant. Very few attorneys have the knowledge, skill or fortitude to try to resolve a case for more than the policy limits.