Leesburg Law Office
Clients can meet with our attorneys at our Leesburg satellite office. Bogin, Munns & Munns has a qualified lawyer for practically any legal matter. We practice in virtually all areas of the law, including residential real estate, business and civil litigation, and personal injury including truck accidents. 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, professional representation.
Please contact us if you require assistance with residential or commercial real estate, litigation, employment law, wrongful termination, personal injury, or any other legal issue.
We are conveniently located just off of Sumter St. in the 14th Street Plaza. We are close to the intersection of W. Dixie Avenue and S. 14th St. Please click on the “Driving Directions” link on this page for specific directions from your location.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is commercial litigation?
Commercial litigation is the area of law concerning matters between businesses and/or individuals including (but not limited to):
- Antitrust, commodities, stocks, and trades
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Business creation and dissolution
- Business Torts
- Buy / Sell agreement
- Civil RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization) actions
- Consumer protection and fraud
- Contract interference
- Contract litigation
- Corporate management disputes
- Creditor / Debtor disputes
- Debt collection actions
- Employee-employer relationship disputes
- Franchise creations and disputes
- Libel, slander, and defamation of character
- Merger & acquisition litigation
- Misinterpretation or breach of contract
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Partnership disputes
- Secure transactions
- Trade Secrets
- Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) disputes
Because commercial litigation covers a wide array of legal matters, it can be difficult to list them all here. Do not hesitate to contact an attorney experienced in Business Law and Commercial Litigation with any questions.
What is the difference between mediation, arbitration and litigation?
Litigation is when one party brings a lawsuit against another in a court of law. The ultimate end of the road is trial. Think of mediation as both parties meeting with a negotiator. The mediator (negotiator) will hear what both sides have to say, go over the facts, and attempt to find a solution that satisfies both parties. The mediator does not make a decision in favor of one party over another. If no mutually satisfactory agreement can be met, the parties can then continue on in litigation or commence litigation if it hasn’t already started. Arbitration occurs when both parties meet with a neutral party (the arbiter) who hears the facts and makes a ruling in favor of one side or the other. It is up to the parties to decide before-hand if the arbitration will be binding or non-binding. If it is binding, the parties will accept the arbiters decision. If it is non-binding, the parties can still continue in litigation or proceed to file suit if either side is unwilling to abide by the arbiters decision.
Do I have to give a recorded statement to an insurance adjuster?
The short answer is “maybe.” It is possible that you purchased an insurance policy that would require you to give a recorded statement. It is unlikely that you should give a statement to the at-fault party insurance company prior to a lawsuit. You need to know that any statement you make to the insurance adjuster can be used against you, even if the adjuster is working for your insurance company. Make sure to demand a transcript of your statement from the adjuster if you make any statement. Whether the insurance adjuster works for you or another party involved in your personal injury claim, it is strongly recommended that you do not make a statement without professional legal representation by your side.
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