Reed Bloodworth is a Florida Business Lawyer and the founding partner of Bloodworth Law PLLC. Reed’s practice areas include business litigation and trust and estate litigation.
Reed Bloodworth, a business litigation attorney and trust and estate litigation attorney, founding partner Bloodworth Law PLLC travels to clients across Florida
Are you aware of what you should and shouldn’t say in a case? Before any communication between the parties ask an attorney for advice.
In business lawsuits facts determine what type of case you have and ultimately the monetary amount at issue.
Was the contract a verbal contract or a written contract?Is it legal or was it induced by fraud? Does it contain the three basic elements of a legal contract?
If you’ve been sued for breach of contract or are being threatened to be sued for breach of contract contact an attorney to talk about it. An attorney may save you time, clarify actions, prevent confusion, stop you from making rash decisions. The communication you make can affect your defenses to breach of contract. Don’t […]
Reed Bloodworth has been an Orlando Florida business, personal injury and trust and estate litigation attorney since 2004. Clients have the option to pay for business cases, trust & estate cases via contingency fees. Every case is reviewed and there is no guarantee that it will qualify or be accepted as a contingency fee case.
Orlando Florida attorney Reed Bloodworth explains that a business contract is a legally enforceable promise. A contract has 3 primary elements. 1. someone has offered to do something. 2. Acceptance of the offer. 3. Consideration–something of value is offered. No matter what the contract, if you sign it, you’re committed to it. Be sure to […]
Florida business litigation attorney Reed Bloodworth explains the stages of business litigation which include a range of options provided to clients so that clients may choose how they’d like to resolve the legal problem. Lawsuits are expensive and time consuming for businesses of all sizes which is why settlement or mediation may become the resolve.
What do the terms trial, arbitration, mediation, verdict, and settlement mean? I’m asked the question “what are the stages of a trial?” And it’s common to ask as clients are often confused as to a number of terms pertaining to lawsuits. Sometimes it’s the very stages of lawsuits. So let’s run through some of those […]