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Legal Elite Profile: Frank F. Fernandez, III

| 7/1/2012

PRACTICE AREAS:
» Personal Injury Claims
» Nursing Home Abuse
» Medical Malpractice
» Insurance Disputes


Frank F. Fernandez, III, is a civil trial lawyer and the managing partner of the Fernandez Firm.

Frank F. Fernandez, III
Frank F. Fernandez, III

After obtaining his degree in finance from the University of Florida, Mr. Fernandez attended Stetson University College of Law. In 2002, Mr. Fernandez founded the Fernandez Firm. For more than a decade, his law firm has represented hundreds of plaintiffs and successfully tried numerous personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits. While his firm maintains a statewide “plaintiff’s only” trial practice, Mr. Fernandez specializes in representing people injured by automobile collisions, medical negligence, nursing home abuse, wrongful death and other acts of general negligence. Throughout his legal career, Mr. Fernandez has been an active member of his local, state and national bar and trial lawyer associations. He has held numerous leadership positions and has been a frequent lecturer for these organizations since 1996 and was most recently selected by his professional peers as one of Florida Trend’s 2012 Legal Elite.

The Fernandez Firm
1922 East 4th Ave.
Tampa, FL 33605
(800) 887-7146
www.fernandezfirm.com
ffernandez@fernandezfirm.com

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