TALLAHASSEE BUSINESS LAW, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW & CIVIL LITIGATION ATTORNEY FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
How Many Years Of Experience Does Your Firm Possess?
H. Richard Bisbee P.A. was established in 2001. Attorney Richard Bisbee has been practicing law for over 39 years.
Does Your Firm Represent Individuals Or Businesses?
We represent both individuals and businesses, either as plaintiffs or as defendants.
My Job Depends On My Having A Professional License, But My Application Was Rejected. Can You Help?
Yes. We are highly experienced in licensing law and have represented many clients who have experienced licensing issues before many State licensing agencies.
A Product I Purchased Does Not Function Properly And Is Supposed To Be Under Warranty, But The Manufacturer Refuses To Replace It Or Refund My Purchase. What Can I Do?
As an effective licensing law attorney, Richard Bisbee can help you file a claim with the company and consumer protection agencies to resolve the problem. If that doesn’t work, we will initiate a civil lawsuit.
What Is The Difference Between Civil And Criminal Litigation?
Criminal trials are punitive; meaning the defendant may be sentenced to time in jail, ordered to pay fines, or otherwise endure court-ordered punishments. Conversely, plaintiffs in civil litigation trials are typically seeking financial damages against the defendant. H. Richard Bisbee P.A. represents clients in civil litigation trials only.
What Types Of Civil Litigation Cases Does Your Firm Handle?
H. Richard Bisbee P.A. handles a wide variety of civil litigation cases, including, but not limited to personal injury claims, collection claims, contract claims, probate litigation, bid disputes, real property disputes, and more.
I’ve Been Summoned To Appear Before A State Licensing Board Due To An Issue With My Professional License. Can You Help?
Yes. We have represented many people appearing before licensing Boards or in administrative hearings.
What Forms Of Payment Do You Accept?
We accept payments made via Visa, Mastercard, Discover, check, or cash.
What Are Your Firm’s Hours Of Operation?
We take client appointments Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm.
If I Can’t Make Your Regular Office Hours, Can We Meet At Another Time?
Most likely. We occasionally schedule off-hours appointments for clients with special circumstances.