Kissimmee Law Office
We practice in virtually all areas of the law out of our Kissimmee location. Clients can meet with all of our attorneys at this satellite office. Bogin, Munns & Munns has a qualified lawyer for practically any legal matter. We handle personal injury, car accident, wrongful death, commercial and residential real estate, estate planning, consumer litigation, and more. Many other law firms can initially assist a client but not all firms can handle all legal matters for their clients. We are happy to dive into any of your legal issues and offer top notch representation.
Please contact us if you require assistance with personal injury, medical malpractice, auto accident, wills and probate, real estate, or any other legal issue.
We are conveniently located just north of Highway 192. We are close to Osceola Regional Medical Center and Kissimmee Gateway Airport. Please click on the “Driving Directions” link on this page for specific directions from your location.
Frequently Asked Questions
I was in a serious automobile accident, had to miss months of work, and will have lifelong injuries. My medical bills are very expensive and I need more procedures. The person responsible only had $100,000 of liability insurance. Can I make him pay the rest out-of-pocket?
The party responsible is liable for all the damage or cause they harm, not just the amount covered by their insurance. Insurance is used as a buffer to keep the out of pocket costs at a minimum. However, if the expenses exceed the amount covered by the insurance, the liable party is responsible for paying the difference. The problem then arises of making the liable party actually pay. They need to have assets and/or income. If the burden of paying becomes too great, the liable party may file bankruptcy, discharging the remaining obligation (with limited exceptions).
In terms of real estate, what is “Closing?”
In a real estate transaction, the closing is the final meeting among all the parties involved. Typically, the buyer and the seller meet with attorneys representing the buyer, seller, and the bank to sign the final papers and transfer title over to the buyer. The title insurance company will have a representative in attendance to facilitate the transfer of title and record the new deed.
What is the statute of limitations for my case?
Many times there will be a deadline in which you have to file a lawsuit. This is known as the statute of limitations. For example, filing a lawsuit for wrongful death has a two-year statute of limitations in the state of Florida. Once those two years expire, you can no longer file your claim. Some statutes have special exceptions or extensions. In Florida, most general negligence claims have a statute of limitations extending to 4 years from the date of the accident. An attorney can help you to avoid missing these and other important deadlines.
What our clients are saying
My daughter was involved in an accident last year, it’s difficult to find a firm that wants to help you out! Gabe and Sara did an outstanding job handling my daughter’s claim, they were nice, answered all our questions and communicated well through the process! They got the job done! Thank you, Gabe and Sarah, for all your help! My daughter and I are happy clients!M. Barreto**Review was posted on Google**
Sarah and Gabe are very professional! I would recommend their service to anyone. Very helpful and they give excellent customer service!P. Cortes**Review was posted on Google**
I called Bogin, Munns & Munns and i'm glad I did. Gabe Arroyo and Sarah Wade was there for me every step of the way. I was thankful to have an attorney and a paralegal I could call day or night and they never made me feel bad for doing so. Thanks Sarah and Gabe for always being there for me, and thanks Bogin, Munns & Munns.B. Mouh**Review was posted on Google**
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