Whether corporate, commercial, or civil, litigation and the court process are complex matters that require familiarity with the laws of your state and your specific legal action. At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our Leesburg trial advocacy lawyer will review your case and define your preferred outcome. We also explain how the law applies to your case and any required notification and filing deadlines.
Our law firm will manage every aspect of your case including preparing exhibits, handling the discovery process, taking depositions on your behalf, and preparing you to be deposed. We leave no stone unturned when we build your case and stop at nothing in pursuit of your desired outcome. We want to provide you with peace of mind throughout your legal journey.
Business and Commercial Cases Our Trial Lawyers Advocate for
Trial advocacy means our legal team will prepare your case for court. We will make all appropriate filings, create compelling exhibits, consult relevant expert witnesses, and explain and clarify each step in the trial process.
Our related practice areas include:
- Identity theft
- Trial advocacy
- Debt collection
- Eminent domain
- Insurance disputes
- Intellectual property
- Business disputes
- Contested divorces
- Construction issues
- Real estate litigation
- Contractual disputes
- Labor and employment issues
- Homeowners’ association cases
We work hard to understand the details and nuances of your case and to build strong trial strategies. We also ensure our team treats you like an individual, not a case file, and ensure you understand every aspect and receive ongoing updates from start to finish.
We Also Litigate Personal Injury Civil Litigation Cases
While the majority of civil cases are settled out of court, some do go through the trial process. If yours does, our law firm will protect you from bad faith insurance policies and represent you at trial.
Our personal injury practice areas include:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Premises liability accidents
- Defective product cases
- Workplace accidents
- Medical malpractice cases
- Dog bite and attack cases
- Wrongful death cases
If negligence on the part of another persona or entity led to your injuries or property damage, our lawyers will advocate for you and for the compensation you are entitled to.
Various Statutes of Limitations May Affect Your Case
Depending on the type of case we litigate for you, one or more of Florida’s statutes of limitations may apply. Applicable statutes can include:
- Personal injury — generally four 4 years, per Florida Statutes § 95.11(3)(a)
- Wrongful death — generally two years, per Florida Statutes § 95.11(4)(d)
- Contract law — generally five years, per Florida Statutes § 95.11(2)(b)
- Real estate improvement — generally four years, per Florida Statutes § 95.11(3)(c)
Our trial advocates ensure the statute of limitations, and any exceptions defined by Florida Statutes § 95.051, are correctly interpreted and complied with to safeguard your right to try your case in court.
To consult with an experienced trial advocacy lawyer serving Leesburg, call 855-686-6752
Our Trial Advocacy Lawyers Build Strong Court Cases for Our Clients
Our trial advocacy lawyer representing clients in Leesburg never stops fighting for the results you are looking for. Whether you are seeking compensation or want to enforce a binding contract, we work hard toward a favorable outcome.
Our case-building strategy includes:
- Understanding the details of your case
- Reviewing all contracts and agreements
- Scrutinizing relevant insurance policies
- Consulting industry and expert witnesses
- Handling all case-related communication
- Collecting evidence and creating exhibits
At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we make sure your case gets the focused attention it merits including all of the following:
Part of a well-informed case and trial strategy is the discovery process. It allows us to access and understand the facts and evidence the other party has in your case and to refute it with evidence we collect for you.
Like discovery, depositions give us the opportunity to question and interview witnesses for the opposing side and understand their views and perspectives on your case. We also help you prepare for depositions since the other side is afforded the same opportunity to build their client’s case.
Certificates of Merit
Cases of medical or professional malpractice must be accompanied by a Certificate of Merit. It asserts that a qualified expert believes your case has merit and meets other legal parameters. Our legal team will obtain one for you and ensure it is included in your evidence file and filed with the court in a timely fashion.
Collecting evidence that bolsters your case can mean everything from conducting a comprehensive investigation to compiling documents. It can also mean contacting various businesses, facilities, and law enforcement to obtain the evidence your case file needs. When we represent you, we handle the details and processes of evidence collection for you.
See Why Previous Trial Clients Recommend Bogin, Munns & Munns
If your pending legal matter requires trial advocacy, you want to work with a law firm you can trust. When our previous clients share their experience with our law firm, they leave reviews like the following:
- Eric Bressler: Bogin, Munns & Munns was extremely helpful throughout the entire process of my case. They were quick to respond to any questions I had and made sure to keep things moving with no delay.
- Jeremy Johnson: Experienced legal team who provides top quality services across many spectrums of the legal system for me over the years. I would recommend Mr. Boomershine and his team to family and friends alike without hesitation and he is my first call for all my legal needs in Florida.
When our law firm represents you, we get to work right away building the strongest case for you. We also work hard to achieve the best possible outcome for every client we represent.
Leesburg Trial Advocacy Lawyer Near Me 855-686-6752
Contact Our Client-Focused Law Firm Today
If you, a business partner, or a family member has a pending civil, commercial, real estate, or other legal action in Leesburg, our trial advocacy lawyer can help you build a strong court case. At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we review the details of your case, develop a case strategy, and prepare evidence and exhibits for trial.
Contact our trial advocacy team to review your case today.