My name is Erik Gillespie, and I have been practicing law for nearly 20 years now.  I have specifically modeled my law firm to serve my clients as quickly, aggressively and personally as possible.


  • Legal Injury Claims:  When we suffer significant injuries, there are often many other legal explanations and causes beyond what doctors medically diagnose.  

    The following are some examples of injuries that might be linked to legally negligent causes:

     
  • Any Form of Cancer
  • Pre-mature & Sudden Death

  • Birth Defects 
  • Heart Attacks & Strokes
  • Internal Bleeding & Organ Damage
  • Scars & Amputations
  • Any Chronic Disease
  • Surgeries
  • Your Rights:  If you or a loved one have suffered any of the foregoing injuries, then please contact me to analyze any potential legal cause for which you or they might be entitled money damages and compensation.  

  • Attorney's Fees:  You owe nothing unless we win, and any fees and costs are normally covered by insurance.

  • Free & Quick Legal Advice:  My legal advice is completely free, and I am always available seven days a week.

  • Free Second Opinions:  I also provide free second opinions on existing cases or rejected cases.  If you decide to leave your current lawyer, then I will address your prior lawyer's claim for fees from my own fees; so therefore you will never be double billed.

       If you need to immediately speak to an Attorney, not a paralegal or receptionist, then simply call, text or email me directly any day of the week at no risk and no charge. 

Statewide Service in all Florida Counties

Main Office: Tampa

24 Hour Direct Line:  (813) 287-9545

Facsimile:  (813) 287-0099

Text:  (813) 508-7229

aerik@Gillespie-Lawfirm.com

 


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