Kim Patrick Hart has years of experience in Southwest Florida representing individuals in personal injury cases including auto accidents and slips and falls.
The Law Office of Kim Patrick Hart represents individuals and their families who have been seriously injured or who have suffered the tragedy of wrongful death due to the negligence of others. We do not represent insurance companies or other corporations.
The Law Office of Kim Patrick Hart handles only personal injury and wrongful death cases including:
The Law Office of Kim Patrick Hart focuses on personal service. Kim Hart handles each client’s case personally.
The aftermath of an accident is always stressful. Finding the right attorney to ensure that your legal rights are fully protected is one of the most important steps you will take. Since 1986, Kim has represented people injured through the fault of others. He has a well-earned reputation for vigorously representing his clients and pursuing justice on behalf of victims and their families. Kim has been recognized numerous times by his peers. He is among just five percent of Florida attorneys to receive the distinction of Leading Florida Attorney. He has been selected as one of Florida’s Super Lawyers, and one of the Leading Plaintiff’s Lawyers in America (Dragon Publications). He has also been recognized by Best Lawyers in America and Law and Leading Attorneys. Most recently, Kim was recognized as Fort Myers Best Lawyers Personal Injury Litigator of the Year for 2010.
No Recovery, No Fees
The Law Office of Kim Patrick Hart handles all cases on a contingent fee basis. If no money is recovered for you, you are not billed for legal fees or costs.
If you or a loved one has been injured through the negligence or carelessness of others, we invite you to carefully review our website. You may contact us by completing the brief contact form found on this site, or by calling us at: 239-337-4800.
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