Issued A Stop Work Order? You're not alone.
We've helped countless businesses just like you to put their issues behind them and start operating smoothly.
A Stop Work Order is essentially a civil financial investigation that could result in felony charges. The State may tell you that you do not need a lawyer, or, that they will "help" you.
Make no mistake, they are not there to "help". They are there to possibly take large sums of money from you, or, have you arrested for a first, second, or, third degree felony charged as "insurance fraud" if they choose to do so.
Avoid Risking Bigger Fines and Criminal Charges in Florida by Contacting Us Today and getting the representation you deserve.
If the State determines that a business is not in full compliance by maintaining workers compensation, the State may issue a Stop Work Order, requiring the employer to stop all operations until a penalty is assessed from the State. Making statements, or admissions, without the benefit of counsel communicating on your behalf is not advised. Even your first Stop Work Order is a chargeable offense. Our practice focuses on reducing the penalties associated with Stop Work Order Audits and representing people charged criminally due to a Stop Work Order.
If you have received a Stop Work Order, it is important that you take action quickly. Do not ignore any requests or deadlines issued by the State of Florida. You could face serious consequences if you fail to meet the deadlines. With over 14 years of experience and thousands of cases won, we understand this process can be a stressful and confusing time for most business owners. We are here to help you, contact us Today!