If you or a loved one have been involved in an auto accident we can help. Did your accident result in a death, permanent injury, impairment or some other form of serious bodily injury? If so, you have rights in the state of Florida that allow you to ﬁle a claim against the party who is at fault.
You can recover damages that include medical expenses, lost wages, pain, suﬀering and any permanent impact on your earning potential directly related to the accident. We are capable of handling both simple and complex litigation. No case is too large or small for Knowles and Randolph’s experienced team of legal professionals.
A serious injury or death due to the negligence of a licensed healthcare professional is challenging. There are strict guidelines in Florida law that must be met in order for a mishap to be deemed malpractice. Considering the aforementioned, instances need to be carefully examined by an experienced attorney. At Knowles & Randolph we have that experience and the expertise to handle these cases. We confer with experts to determine if indeed our potential clients are victims of malpractice and thereafter work tirelessly to recover any and all damages that are entitled to you.
Whether it’s drafting a will, preparing an estate plan or assisting you with probating an estate after the death of a loved one, our ﬁrm is equipped to handle your needs. Probate refers to the legal process wherein the assets of an individual are distributed according to a will or in the absence of a will, according to the laws of the state. We have the expertise to handle the most complex estate issues, even in the unfortunate event that there are disputes among family members. The death of a loved one is a diﬃcult and stressful time. Let us guide you through the process and help ease that stress with the comfort of knowing that you have a team of dedicated professionals working on behalf of your loved one’s estate.
Our ﬁrm is fully capable of providing public ﬁnance services as bond counsel and underwriters counsel. This includes issuance of bond opinions, drafting bond and disclosure documents as well as general assistance in connection with bond issues. Harold Knowles who directs the ﬁrm’s bond ﬁnance practice has a wealth of knowledge and experience. Past bond clients include Leon County, Florida Board of County Commissioners, Leon County Florida School District, the Tallahassee – Leon County Blueprint 2000 Intergovernmental Agency, the Leon County Educational Facilities Authority and the Florida Correctional Privatization Commission. The ﬁrm has been engaged in bond issuances ranging from $1,000,000 to over $50,000,000, totaling in the aggregate in excess of $975,000,000.
We are capable of furnishing assistance to small, medium and large businesses, including business formation, contract negotiations and management consulting.
Our experienced staﬀ of attorneys and paralegals at Knowles & Randolph are capable of providing litigation and appellate assistance in the areas of contracts, labor disputes, insurance claims, real property, commercial, corporate and general business matters.
The ﬁrm’s real estate department provides a complete complement of services, including but not limited to quiet title and property partition lawsuits, preparation of deeds, title examinations, land sales, property development and real estate closings, and issuance of title insurance policies. The ﬁrm also specializes in resolving boundary encroachments, analysis of complex title issues involving remote property identiﬁcation, prescriptive easements and ways of necessity, adverse possession, sovereignty lands, reservations, survey ambiguities and errors, reformation of property interests and legal descriptions and intergovernmental property swaps.
On a select basis, Knowles & Randolph will provide assistance to clients as lobbyists before the Florida Legislature and other governmental bodies.