Wednesday, January 14, 2009
2008 ended with lots of changes for the firm. In addition to acquiring new office space, attorney William Baumann formerly of Morgan & Morgan has joined the firm as an of counsel attorney. Mr. Baumann will continue his focus on helping those injured on the job (Workers' Compensation) and will also handle personal injury matters for the firm. We are pleased to have such a well credentialed and experienced attorney join our team as we look forward to a strong and positive year for the firm and our client's.
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
After heated negotiations, attorney Josh Drechsel of the Brumbelow Drechsel Law Group convinced an undisclosed carrier to tender its six figure policy limits. The case involved surgery, but both parties had also consumed alcohol earlier that evening creating a comparative negligence situation that would normally require litigation.
As of June 2, 2008 our offices have been sucessfully relocated to our new address at 8601 4th St. North #104 in St. Petersburg. While some finishing touches are being added to the suite, the firm can now begin scheduling mediations and depositions in the office again. Clients should contact our office prior to any scheduled events to make sure they have proper directions.
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
The offices of Brumbelow Drechsel Law Group are moving. Click here to read the press release: http://www.prlog.org/10073072-offices-for-brumbelow-drechsel-law-group-are-moving.html
Monday, May 19, 2008
As of Friday May 23, 2008, our offices will be moving to 8601 4th Street North #104, St. Petersburg, FL 33702. The new space should provide enough room for us to add the additional staff we need to serve our client's better and is located on a main road that is easy to find. Any questions about the relocation can be directed to your individual attorney at the office by calling 727-576-6262 or 813-226-8916
Monday, July 2, 2007
Often times people are robbed or victimized on the property of someone else's business. The startling side of this is that the business owner is often aware of the danger on the property and fails to do anything to protect their customers. This type of case is called negligent security, and the business can be held liable for knowingly failing to protect you.