At HendlerFlores Law, we feel fortunate and proud to have received recognition from clients, referring attorneys and leaders in Washington D.C. and other communities.
No recognition is more important to us than the recognition we receive from our own clients. One of the things that sets us apart from other law firms is our interest in really getting to know our clients on a meaningful level. We are committed to understanding and fulfilling our clients’ individual needs and expectations. So when a client takes the time to drop us a line and let us know that they appreciate our efforts, it’s more gratifying than just about anything else that happens here at the office.
“Scott Hendler handled our famil[y’]s mesothelioma wrongful death lawsuit in a very professional and expert manner. … [H]ard-working and honest, … Scott was always available when we had questions and kept us informed throughout the process and counseled with us on all critical decisions. He showed true concern for our famil[y’]s loss and did an outstanding job investigating, providing expert witnesses and delivering evidence to substantiate the lawsuit and ultimately obtain compensation for my family. I would recommend Mr. Hendler to any family who has been through the pain of losing a loved one due to this horrible cancer.”
– Reggy Taylor, 2011
“I was at a loss about how to proceed after my husband died from exposure to asbestos in 1993. Because his exposure came during his enlistment in the Navy, I didn’t know if it was possible to make the asbestos manufacturing companies responsible for his death. I was left with three young daughters, 12, 9, and 7 and my husband did not have any life insurance.
I had spoken with three lawyers and had pretty much given up. … Scott and all the people on his staff demonstrated a real concern for me and my daughters. We were not just a file number, but real people. Scott kept me abreast of every detail of our case. Thanks to Scott, my daughters were able to choose the colleges they attended and I did not have to worry about how tuition, room and board were going to be paid.
Scott and his people are in my daily prayers and I will continue to pray for him so that he can continue to help families just like mine.”
– Mary Lopez, 2011
“Scott and his colleagues provided what can only be called an outstanding level of service to me. He is a person of unparalleled integrity who takes a personal interest in the well-being of his clients and goes the extra mile and then some. I give Scott my highest recommendation.”
– Mark Aylward, July 18, 2011
I know it has been a while since you were at my house in Orlando but I still really wanted to write to you and thank you. I honestly don’t know of an appropriate way to say thank you for what you did. … Thank you so much for offering my family your time and knowledge. Since that day my dad has been so much happier because he can actually relax! I can’t even express how much my family has been through because of this so what you did really meant the world to me. It was really great meeting you and spending time with you and my family together. I hope that you are doing well! Just remember how much I appreciate your hard work.
Caroline Aylward, 2011
As a father and a grandfather, I believe I am qualified to say that your mother and father were very successful in raising you. I am not often at a loss for words, but how does one find a way to thank you for all you did for the family.
James Aylward the Elder, 2011
From Referring Attorneys:
We also receive words of gratitude and encouragement from other lawyers who refer their clients to us. We treasure the support and gratitude of our colleagues who know firsthand what’s involved in producing successful outcomes for our shared clients. It was a real source of pride in 2014 to receive this feedback from a lawyer whose client had been injured in a medical negligence case after she went to the emergency room showing symptoms of a stroke, but was sent home without treatment; she later had a serious stroke that caused severe and permanent disability:
“Thanks for the heroic efforts of you and your staff on behalf of [our client]. The witness examinations and closing argument … were works of high art and meticulous preparation. … Also, many thanks for and congratulations on your excellent work against the hospital, which is of great benefit to [our client], both financially and in terms of her self-respect. Not many lawyers could have made that happen.”
– Darby Riley, April 23, 2014
From Leaders in Washington D.C. and Other Communities:
Finally, we are honored by the recognition we receive as a result of our efforts at the national and local levels on behalf of our clients in particular and the civil justice system in general.
Thank you for the kind note. It was good to see you, Linda Lipsen and Anthony Tarricone in the Capitol, and to hear your perspective on Seventh Amendment protection.
Please send my best to Lulu. Thank you for your friendship and leadership.
Speaker of the House
It was great to see you in Austin. … Thank you for all of the support and dedication you have shown to the Public Justice Foundation over the years, we could not do what we do without people like you.