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C.W. Franklin & Mike Stites Attorneys At Law
The Freedom Law Firm, P.A.
151 East Washington Street Penthouse 3B
Orlando, Florida 32801
Auto Accident & Foreclosure Defense Lawyers
The Freedom Law Firm is a family oriented law firm in Orlando, FL that handles foreclosure defense cases and personal injury / auto accident cases. While other Orlando foreclosure defense firms may rush past important details, we thoroughly examine all facts and legalities in intimate detail to ensure our client receives the best representation possible. We are compassionate and caring people who actually care about the individuals we represent.
We are empathetic with the current economic conditions and understand that there could be several reasons for seeking our Orlando foreclosure defense services, and we will try to be accommodating to your financial situation. We understand that bad things happen to good people, so we want you to know we will be there for you!
The Freedom Law Firm of Orlando focuses on foreclosure defense and personal injury
/ auto accident cases. Contact Us Today At 407-
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When it comes to effectively defending against your Florida foreclosure suit, motions play a pivotal role in insuring that the lender is not making any fraudulent claims or offering any fraudulent documents to the court. While these motions are taking place, they are simultaneously keeping you in your Orlando home as long as possible, which often times is the ultimate goal when defending a foreclosure suit. STAYING IN YOUR HOME. For this very reason, it is important to know how motions work and just when to use them.
A motion is basically your way of asking the court to do something – to take some form of action. Motions are your vehicle for being “heard” by the court. Because motions (formal requests for some sort of action by the court), are filed with the court, they act as a way of forcing the judge, as well as the lender, to at least listen to what you are asking for and respond accordingly. Motions are the channels through which the court conducts its work. The ability to file a motion and be heard on that issue is your right as a party to the suit, and it is one you should fully invoke. It is never a good idea to just sit back and do nothing, and motions are an effective way of forcing the lender to properly carry out the foreclosure process while also taking assertive steps towards keeping you, the borrower, in your Orlando home for as long as possible, if not permanently.
Motions can come in many different forms, and at many different times throughout a Florida foreclosure suit. Certain motions typically come at the outset of a suit, such as a Motion to Dismiss, while others comes towards the end, like a Motion to Set Aside Final Summary Judgment. No matter what type of motion you file or when you file it, think of a motion as a valuable tool for making the lender legally uphold their burden of enforcing the foreclosure according to legal protocol. Remember, the Florida foreclosure process can be a long and expensive one for both sides. The longer you can …
Posted August 15th 2013
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Auto Accident Question: I’ve read some of what you’ve wrote, but I keep seeing these commercials talking about how I may be entitled to $10,000 in benefits and other attorney commercials saying my case may be worth a certain amount. Just how much money can I get? I got hit by a drunk driver three days ago, who was arrested, and the police officer got his insurance ID card out of his wallet and it’s one of the major companies. I carry very good insurance myself through a large company and one, I fractured my little finger on my left hand, banged my head on the steering wheel (airbag didn’t deploy; we got rearended) and my whole family was in the car.
Orlando Car Accident Attorney: My position is always the same. Anyone who is telling
you the truth in a first inquiry or first interview would tell you we don’t know
the worth of your claim until (1) we know the full extent of your injuries and (2)
the total amount of insurance coverage available. The fact that the defendant was
drunk adds money value to the claim. A fractured finger and potential closed head
injury from banging your head adds value. And each of your family members has a
potential claim as well. And you mention that there are two major insurance companies
involved so the potential for large bodily injury liability limits as well as underinsured
motorist protection. Each one of you is automatically entitled to $10,000 in medical
expense and lost wage benefits (each). And I can tell you this, as I work on a percentage
basis, the more money I make you, the more I make. And insurance companies know
we do not take lowball offers; rather we will file a lawsuit and take it to trial
when appropriate. 407-
Posted August 16th 2013
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