Orlando Business Lawyer Handles Cases Across Florida
Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth is Founder and CEO of Bloodworth Law. Reed is an Orlando business lawyer who handles cases across Florida.
Located at 801 N. Magnolia Ave., Suite 216, Orlando, Florida, 32803, there is a Bloodworth Law Winter Haven office located at 332 Ave B SW, Winter Haven, FL 33880.
What’s Different About Bloodworth Law?
“Since 2004, I’ve found that it’s rare to be an Orlando business lawyer who serves Florida clients outside of the Orlando area,” Reed said.
“We handle a range of legal issues. I’m a trust litigation, probate or estate litigation attorney, business litigation, employment law, and estate planning, attorney.
“Bloodworth Law also handles employment law, PIP litigation, and mediation.
“At the beginning of 2017, I left one of Florida’s largest law firms to start my own firm.
“At my firm, I decided to represent plaintiffs, defendants, families, individuals, and businesses. I wanted to offer clients options so that they may begin cases right away.
The Most Interesting Cases Fall Outside Central Florida
“I also am committed to working with clients throughout the state of Florida as are the attorneys at Bloodworth Law,” Reed said.
“We’ll take cases from Tampa to Daytona, from Pensacola to Miami. Across the I-4 corridor, from east to west, north to south. The reason we’ll do this is that sometimes the most interesting cases fall outside Central Florida.”
Details About Your Business Dispute Matter
“We like to know everything,” Reed said. “Details about your business dispute matter. The sooner we get the details, the sooner we’ll find out if we’re the right firm for your case,” Reed said.
“If we take your case, we’ll make sure we’re available to you throughout your case. We can communicate via Skype, Zoom, or face-to-face, whatever your preference.
What’s The Value At Issue?
“Often times the first question I ask my clients is what’s the value at issue?” said Reed a 2022 U.S. News and World Report Best Lawyer in Trusts & Estates Litigation, Commercial Litigation, and Real Estate Litigation.
“There’s a question anyone with a legal dispute should ask if they have a $20,000 or less case: should you pay for an attorney to represent your case, or do you have a case that is not worth the legal fees? Or will you spend more than you can recover?
Conversation After A Conflict Check
“The next step that we take with a new client is an in-depth conversation, either via phone or in person, AFTER running a conflict check. We’ll discuss the details of your legal situation and see if what I do and my suggestions, match your goals.
“If we agree to move forward, we can talk about the next steps and make plans for resolving the problems you’re having. I like to help clients begin their cases immediately, but we will discuss that after the conflict check and whether the case works for our firm.
“Give me a call,” Reed said. “Let’s talk about what happened to you. You’ll find out if Bloodworth Law Business Litigation Team can help you, your family, or your business.”