Our experienced trial attorneys represent clients in all areas of civil litigation, including: commercial litigation, personal injury, employment litigation, real estate litigation, mortgage foreclosures, evictions, construction, claim of liens, breach of contract, property damage, wrongful death, product liability, and insurance disputes.
Representing individuals injured as a result of automobile accidents, boating accidents, slip & falls, negligent security, product defects and victims of medical malpractice, nursing home neglect and all other bodily injuries and wrongful deaths.
We represent employees and workers in unemployment appeals, wage disputes, overtime pay, vacation pay, unlawful termination, workplace harassment & discrimination, rest and meal period cases, and cases regarding tips and tip pooling. Our attorneys can assist you if you believe that your employer has broken Florida or Federal Labor Laws.
We represent whistleblower "relators" who have special knowledge of fraud against the government that the general public would not have. The most common claims often involve improper billing practices amounting to healthcare fraud, Medicare fraud, Medicaid fraud, Tricare fraud, defense contractor fraud, government contract fraud, or mortgage lender fraud. Representing Whistleblowers throughout Southwest Florida and Central Florida, our attorneys have assisted individual clients obtain monetary awards well in excess of a million dollars.
We represent landlords in the eviction process when tenants have failed to pay rent, or have otherwise defaulted under the terms of the lease agreement. We handle evictions as quickly and efficiently as possible so that the landlord can regain possession of the property as fast as possible under Florida law.
We represent borrowers in Southwest Florida who are facing mortgage foreclosure lawsuit. Our attorneys are experienced in assisting borrowers defend against the mortgage foreclosure lawsuit while they seek alternatives such as a loan modification, short sale, deed in lieu, or traditional sale. In addition to representing borrowers, our attorneys also represent private lenders.
Our attorneys provide a full spectrum of business law services including the forming of Florida Corporations and Florida Limited Liability Companies. We also guide our corporate clients through a variety of matters, including contract review and preparation, litigation, and risk management.
We represent unit owners, ad hoc committees, and Southwest Florida Condominium Associations, and property managers regarding specific legal matters, including collection of past due assessment matters, condo liens, recall of directors, and other legal disputes.
We provide aggressive representation for insurance disputes. At Weldon & Rothman, we have significant experience in the representation of insureds and policy holders making insurance claims, challenging claim denials, and pursuing insurance litigation. Insurance denials are common. We work hard to hold insurance carriers accountable.
Disability insurance provides peace of mind knowing that you and your family will have a stable source of income in the event of disability. What folks may not know is that not all disability insurance is the same. State law governs disability insurance purchased through an insurance agent; provided as part of a church sponsored employee benefits plan; or provided as part of a local, state, or federal government sponsored employee benefits plan. A federal law known as the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, or more commonly referred to as ERISA, governs almost all other disability insurance provided through employment.
We have significant experience representing insureds in claims and litigation involving property damage. If you have suffered damages to your home, business or auto, then a claim must be made with your insurance company. In the claims process, insurance companies have always held a big advantage over the insured; they have the money and extensive resources used to investigate and handle claims, and often project a "David and Goliath" image when dealing with an insured challenging the settlement of his or her claim.