L. Reed Bloodworth, Bloodworth Law, PLLC
Business Lawyer, Trust & Estate Lawyer Orlando Florida
L. Reed Bloodworth, Bloodworth Law, PLLC, is an Orlando, Florida attorney who practices business litigation, and trust and estate litigation.
Since 2004 Reed has handled hundreds of cases and helped businesses, families and individuals across Florida pursue legal actions, negotiations, mediations, settlements, or when necessary, lawsuits.
The areas of practice and typical that L. Reed Bloodworth handles include Business Litigation which is a general term that describes the broad area of civil legal disputes involving business.
At the beginning of 2017, Reed left one of the state’s largest law firms and formed Bloodworth Law, PLLC. Located at 224 E. Marks St., Suite 1, Orlando, Florida 32803.
Reed was selected by legal peers as one the Florida Legal Elite™, an award granted by Florida Trend to fewer than 2% of Florida attorneys. He is an Avvo-Rated Superb Lawyer, and a Martindale-Hubbell AV Peer-Rated Pre-Eminent attorney.
Clients want a skilled litigator who will fight for them, who believes in their case and who is experienced in the courtroom. Reed understands what a jury can do, knows when a settlement should be considered or when to stand up and prepare for a battle. Reed Bloodworth is a knowledgeable attorney who will do what clients ask and who explains all legal options available.
Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, Bloodworth Law PLLC, represents:
Bloodworth Law PLLC offers several options:
- Contingency Fee
- Hourly Fee
- Project Fee
- Hybrid Fee
- Hourly Fee
- Project Fee
Reed Bloodworth travels to clients across Florida:
- Daytona to Tampa
- Pensacola to Miami
- Ocala to Ormond Beach
- Bradenton to Fort Pierce
- Pensacola to Naples
- Miami to Tampa
Reed remains available to clients by:
Legal Fee Options
Bloodworth Law offers several legal fee options to Plaintiffs:
- Contingency Fee: Clients pay attorney fees after a case is completed and when it pays out. Contingency fee cases are available for business litigation, and for trust and estate litigation cases. Reed accepts cases on contingency after review and consideration.
- Flat Fee: Clients pay attorney fees for a project fee where an amount is set based on the work expected for a case.
- Hourly Fee: Clients pay an hourly rate for a case.
- Hybrid Fee: Clients pay a combination of an hourly rate and a contingency fee for a case.
- Hourly Fee
- Flat Fee
Talk with Reed about what caused your legal problem, the stage your case is in, and how he would address the legal issues you’re facing. Filing a lawsuit or beginning any legal action is a serious decision that will have a significant financial, personal and professional impact upon you, your family and your business, now and in the future. Choose your attorney with care.
Florida Lawyer L. Reed Bloodworth Practice Areas:
Business Litigation: a civil legal action (non-violent) involving business disputes.
- Breach of Contract: a valid contract is broken, a loss has occurred, a legal remedy is needed
- Shareholder & Partnership Litigation: negative actions between company entities require legal remedies
- Business Torts: describes the many causes of civil action within business litigation
- Fraudulent Misrepresentation: one party lies to get another party into a contract with the other
- Negligent Misrepresentation: one party makes false statements to close a deal
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty: one party’s position breaches duty of trust to others in a contract
- Employment Litigation: legal issues between employers and employees
- Investment Losses and Securities Fraud: disputes over financial losses
- Legal Malpractice and Professional Liability: questionable professional ethics or actions
- Real Estate Litigation: actions to resolve property or contract disputes
Trust & Estate Litigation: is legal action over someone’s estate planning: either their will–which would be Estate Litigation or Probate Litigation—or their trust—which is Trust Litigation. Legal disputes that involve disagreements over estates or trusts:
- Undue Influence: influence over a person to change a trust or estate
- Lack of Capacity: absence of mental capacity at time estate or trust was executed
- Tortious Interference with a Testamentary Expectancy: questionable, beneficial interference in a trust or estate
Reed Bloodworth, a business litigation attorney and trust and estate litigation attorney, founding partner Bloodworth Law PLLC travels to clients across Florida
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