Legal Services Payments Structures
Attorney Reed Bloodworth, Founder and CEO of Bloodworth Law, has offices in Orlando, Florida, and Winter Haven, Florida.
Reed provides payment structures to allow approved clients to begin a case immediately. Bloodworth Law handles cases for plaintiffs and defendants in:
Bloodworth Law also offers mediation through a Supreme Court Certified Circuit and County Mediator to resolve cases impartially for clients. Clients are offered an hourly rate for mediation by Of Counsel Attorney Kimberly Lorenz.
Plaintiff Payment Options
Bloodworth Law offers Business, Trust, Probate, and Employment litigation clients on the Plaintiff side, four potential fee structures:
Hourly Fees: Bloodworth Law bills for time spent working on your case at an hourly rate paid as a case proceeds. Generally, a litigation deposit is required to begin work.
Flat Fees: Bloodworth Law discusses with a client what needs to be done and determines a flat price that a client pays one time for an entire project.
Contingency Fees: Bloodworth Law does not receive attorney fees unless and until the firm recovers money on a client’s behalf.
Hybrid Fees: a hybrid fee is a combination of an hourly fee and a contingency fee or flat fee.
Defendant Payment Options
Bloodworth Law provides different fee options for defendants including hourly fees or flat rate fees for cases in:
- Business litigation
- Trust litigation
- Probate litigation
- Employment litigation
The hourly fee offered to defendants is the traditional payment model for attorneys. The firm bills for the amount of time spent working on your file.
The reason Bloodworth Law offers options is so that clients receive the best legal services and make the right decisions for their legal situations.
Give Florida attorney Reed Bloodworth, the Founder and CEO of Bloodworth Law a call and talk about how Bloodworth Law can help you, your family, or your business.
Clients pay an hourly rate for a case in business litigation, trust litigation, probate litigation, employment litigation, and mediation.
Clients pay a combination of an hourly rate and a contingency fee for a case.
Clients pay attorney fees for a project where an amount is set based on the work expected for a case.
A contingency fee means that clients pay legal fees when the lawyer and case bring in money from the legal actions taken. Reed immediately begins work on the case to pursue legal action. Clients are not billed to get a case moving. Every case is reviewed and there is no guarantee it will qualify or be accepted as a contingency fee case. You can find out through talking with Reed.
Recent Client Recoveries
- $750,000 In a trust dispute
- $510,000 In a business dispute
- $250,000 In a trust dispute
- $417,000 In a business dispute
- $385,000 In a trust dispute
- $723,000 In a business dispute
- $435,000 In a probate litigation
- $775,000 In a Legal Malpractice Dispute