Justice Well Served

P. Hutchison "Hutch" Brock, II

Board Certified in Civil Trial by Florida Bar Board Certified in Civil Trial by National Board of Trial Advocacy America's Top 100 Attorneys 27+ years experience in the Court Room Admitted to practice in all Florida State Courts Admitted to practice in Federal Courts - Middle and Southern Districts in Florida Admitted to United States Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil Mediator

Wesley Chapel Personal Injury Attorney

Hutch Brock is the only personal injury attorney headquartered in Wesley Chapel that is also Board Certified as a Civil Trial Attorney.

In the aftermath of a catastrophic accident, you may be dealing with the reality of life-altering injuries caused by a trucking accident, medical malpractice, birth injury, or the loss of a loved one. When so much has been lost through the negligence or wrongdoing of another, why settle for anything less than being represented by a top personal injury attorney in Tampa Bay?

Hutch Brock has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for clients and is one of the only attorneys that has achieved dual Board Certification by the Florida Bar and the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

AV® Preeminent™ Rated Law Firm

The AV® Preeminent™ designation is Martindale-Hubbell’s highest peer review rating of a legal professional’s skills and ethics. Brock Law and Hutch Brock have been rated AV® Preeminent™ for more than a decade. Hutch has also received the distinction of being one of Tampa’s Top Lawyers for the last five years, since opening the doors at Brock Law. The American Lawyer magazine and The Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register™ determine these lists, choosing attorneys distinguished by their achievements. The AV® rating signifies the highest level of legal ability and a “very high” adherence to the professional standards of conduct, ethics, reliability and diligence.

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