Managing partner of Bloodworth Law, PLLC, Reed Bloodworth, is one of Orlando, Florida’s, top business and commercial litigation attorneys as noted by the 2019 U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyers in Commercial Litigation Award; and a 2017 Super Lawyers Award.
Reed was named by peers twice as 2017-18 Florida Trend’s Florida Legal Elite in Commercial Litigation placing him in an exclusive group of lawyers that includes less than 2% of Florida’s litigators.
Known as one of the area’s most respected business litigation, trust litigation, probate and estate litigation, and employment law attorneys, Reed focuses on resolution of legal disputes for businesses, individuals and families.
Bloodworth Law, PLLC, is committed to taking interesting business, trust, probate, and employment law cases across Florida. Travel to courts is a commitment made by the law firm to most cities and counties from Pensacola to Miami, Daytona to Tampa.
Find out how to begin your case today by first speaking with Reed about how Bloodworth Law can help you.
Bloodworth Law offers multiple payment methods available to plaintiffs and defendants which vary by case acceptance. Fee options may include hourly fees, flat fees, hybrid fees, and some cases which are taken on contingency.
Give Reed a call and talk about what happened to you.
Bloodworth Law finds challenges by working across the state to handle the most interesting business, trust or estate, and employment law cases.
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When clients call our office they'll speak with a Bloodworth Law team member which may be: Attorney Reed Bloodworth, Attorney J. Kemp Brinson, Attorney Juliane Brumbaugh, Attorney Tonya Walker, or Paralegal Carlos Acedo.
You'll be asked to explain your legal problem and we'll talk about what happened to you.
The first option, the hourly fee, is a straight hourly rate that is paid as a case proceeds. An hourly fee is a traditional model for attorneys. This means that we bill for the amount of time we spend working on your file.
In an hourly fee option, you’re billed and may be required to put down a retainer to begin the work required for an hourly case.
The second payment option we offer is a hybrid fee. A hybrid fee is a combination of either an hourly fee or a flat fee, with a contingency fee.
Generally, the hourly fee in a hybrid fee would be a rate from my normal hourly fee. Then, at the end of the case for any recovery received, I would take a smaller contingency fee than I would if it was a complete contingency fee case.
The third option available is a flat fee. A flat fee means that my client and I sit down and we discuss what needs to be done and we determine a price at which the client will pay a one-time fee for the entire project.
The final fee structure I offer is a contingency fee. Think of this as a success fee. Our law firm does not receive any attorney’s fees unless and until the firm recovers money on your behalf.