St. Cloud Law Office
We practice in virtually all areas of the law out of our St. Cloud 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 located in the heart of St Cloud close to Lakefront Park and St Cloud Regional Medical Center off of 1-92. Please click on the “Driving Directions” link on this page for specific directions from your location.
St. Cloud Location
St. Cloud Location
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Business Law?
Business Law (also known as Commercial Law) encompasses many different smaller areas of law, all concerning the formation, operation, and sale or closing of a business. Business law utilizes a wide array of legal areas, including (but not limited to):
- Real Estate Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- Contract Law
- Tax Law
- Bankruptcy Law
- Employment & Labor Law
- Estate Planning & Wills
While Estate Planning & Wills might look out of place on the above list, businesses (especially those that are family-owned & operated) often need to make provisions for a clear and relatively smooth transition in ownership from one owner to another upon the death of the current owner.
What is at-will employment? How do I know if I'm an at-will employee?
At-will employment means that an applicant is agreeing to an arrangement with the employer that employment can be terminated at any time, without notice, and without reason. Because at-will employment is a national standard (although not a law), an employee implies consent simply by entering into employment. So unless a statement to the contrary is in the employees hiring papers or contract, they are automatically an at-will employee. However, if an employee has reason to believe they were fired due to discrimination or other illegal practices, they should contact an attorney experienced in Employment & Labor Law right away.
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.
What our clients are saying
Great firm I was always able to to get in touch will continue using this law firm for any legal services thank you for everything Gable and SarahLeilani**Review was posted on Google**
My husband and I are very grateful for all they have done for us Gabe Arroyo and his team. I really appreciate the time and effort to our case. Thanks for everything, we will definitely recommend you!Silvia**Review was posted on Google**
Mr. Ray is a great attorney. I had been working with a company and making payments on a credit card but recently lost my job. Mr. Ray contacted the credit card company and got the remaining portion that I owed waived and I no longer had to pay the remaining balance! Def would use him again!Dixie**Review was posted on Avvo.com**
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