We use relentless preparation, innovative strategies and strong negotiating skills to achieve positive resolutions.

At France Litigation Group, we represent clients in all varieties of commercial matters. Our clients include individuals and businesses along the Gulf Coast of Florida, including Sarasota County, Manatee County and other communities and counties. We have successfully handled thousands of disputes and are often retained by other attorneys to represent their own clients when litigation becomes necessary.

To learn more about our attorneys, follow the links below:

Michael A. France
Timothy J. Rudge

If a problem negatively affects you or your business, we are ready to step in to help. Whether you are facing a multi-million dollar complex breach of contract case or a simple signal-customer collection action, our legal team can help. We are trial lawyers who do one thing: We maintain a singular focus on efficiently and aggressively defending our clients’ rights through the entire litigation process.

Taking On A Range Of Legal Disputes

Challenges that our business clients have resolved have included breach of contract, partnership disputes, collections, construction lien and contract work, insurance loss and interruption claims, commercial evictions and wrongful interference cases. For individuals, our caseload has included representing residential landlords, enforcement or protection of real property rights, and wrongful collection claims.

In all areas of the law that have an impact on our clients’ outcomes, we apply both statutes and court precedents to the unique facts in each case. Our legal opponents realize – or soon discover – that we are ready to take any matter before a judge if that is the best way to get a right result for our clients.

Consult With A Longtime Litigator

If you seek counsel from an attorney who is committed and experienced and will take your case all the way to resolution, let us hear from you. Call 941-953-3600 or complete our brief inquiry form to learn how we can help you.