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We Have an Attorney for Any Matter: Car Accident & Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Business, Probate, Real Estate, Trial, & more

Real Estate

Do you have a real estate matter concerning residential or commercial leases, purchases and sales, financing, land use, evictions, or lawsui... read more

Auto | Car Accident

If you are involved in an auto/car accident, we understand that it is a stressful situation.  If you are a driver, passenger, pedestrian or ... read more

Litigation | Legal Dispute

Litigation is a broad term generally used to refer to any type of legal dispute or controversy that requires court proceedings.  Every compa... read more

Wills, Trusts & Probate

The future is uncertain more so than ever.  Estate Planning is one way for an individual to take charge of his/her future by documenting fin... read more

Personal Injury

The personal injury, wrongful death and auto / car accident department of Bogin, Munns & Munns (BM&M) has become one of the most successful ... read more

All Legal Matters

Browse or search all legal issues and practice areas of our full service law firm. We cater to individuals and companies of all net worths.... read more

Orlando Full Service Law Firm With Over 12 Florida Offices

While some people may know us only as The Orlando Car Accident Attorney or The Personal Injury Lawyer, we actually practice a wide range of law.  Others “claim” that they are a “full service” law firm. But, in reality, they do not or will not handle certain types of cases because they don’t arise to a specified level of economic interest or a client does not meet stringent criteria for approved legal representation. Bogin, Munns & Munns, on the other hand, practices in most all areas of the law and represents large Fortune 500 companies, as well as individuals of modest means. A few of the specializations of our attorneys include personal injury, employment & labor, insurance claims, real estate, immigration, business, and family law. BM&M has worked hard over its thirty-five-year history to develop the resources and talent necessary to accomplish its vision. With an attorney count exceeding 35 and over one hundred employees, we are able to provide competent legal advice and representation to our diverse client base with a high level of attention and responsiveness. 

Central Florida Attorney Office Locations

Orlando

407.578.9696

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Clermont

352.243.8981

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Cocoa

321.633.3208

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Daytona

386.763.2092

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Destin

850.654.6012

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Kissimmee

407.870.1919

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Leesburg

352.728.3773

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Melbourne

321.254.3939

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Ocala

352.690.7400

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Attorney Profiles

Our effective lawyers utilize their many years of experience in all areas of the law by providing the finest representation, offering excellent legal advice and fulfilling any legal need you may have. For example, pertaining to employment and labor laws, you may want to learn if it is legal for a company to not pay overtime to salaried employees. In another instance, in the matter of personal injury, a qualified attorney at our law firm may be able to assist you with the intricacies of a case in which someone attempted to avoid a potential fatal car accident with a pedestrian by driving over the median into oncoming traffic.

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Our Lawyers Proudly Serve Auto Accident Injury Victims, Small Business Owners, Tenants, Landlords, Veterans, Employees, Corporations, Immigrants, and People From All Walks of Life

One of the more interesting facets of our full service law firm is the fact that it maintains a sophisticated and broad based corporate, real estate and tax practice, meeting the needs of a business, while at the same time representing victims of auto accidents and other negligence causes of action. Having a corporate and a plaintiff’s negligence practice under one roof is very unusual if not singularly unique in the attorney community. In actuality, having such a broad based law firm enhances the ability of a BM&M attorney to represent both a business and individual clients. Having a large corporate, real estate and tax practice benefits the firm’s representation of individuals and all of their diverse needs and concerns. Representing the interests of individual clients, whether involved in an accident or affected by the negligence of a third party, enhances our ability to represent and defend a business when called upon to do so.

We are one of the few law firms that have successfully been able to effectively blend such a wide and diverse area of expertise, where both our corporate and real estate clients are well served and our individual client needs can likewise be attended to without compromise by an accomplished BM&M attorney. It is a credit to the outstanding and talented individuals who make up our team. With over thirty attorneys, each of whom are proficient in a designated area of law, and more than ten locations, our law firm is well positioned to provide the kind of service that the founders originally envisioned with respect to each of the areas of BM&M’s practice and in each of the Central Florida communities in which we have attorney offices.

One last note: the attorneys and staff at BM&M thoroughly enjoy the practice of law; we enthusiastically embrace the attorney profession on a daily basis; and we are committed to serving our clients and providing them the assistance that they need and deserve. The founders, Ranier Munns and Rulon Munns, grew up in Orlando and have seen many changes in the area. They believe that Central Florida is a great place to practice law and a wonderful community in which to raise a family. Bogin, Munns & Munns has a great future and will be a part of the Central Florida community for many years to come.

A 180ᴼ Change of Position -- From Real Estate Legal Counselor to Personal Consumer

In the 1991 movie “The Doctor”, actor William Hurt portrayed a talented, highly successful, and arrogant doctor, for whom the tables are turned when he develops throat cancer. (Disclosure – The writer of this piece saw the movie when it was first released. In a movie theater. Not on a Betamax or VHS tape.) No longer, for example, could “Dr. McKee” keep patients waiting for his eventual arrival to an appointment; rather, he now “enjoyed” the environment of office and hospital waiting rooms. No longer could he speak distantly at patients about their conditions; rather, he now became the nearly third-person object of descriptions, depictions, and conversations – almost like he was not in the examination room at all. During the course of Dr. McKee’s diagnosis and treatment he would be marginalized... read more