Miami Attorney Handling Stop-Work Orders
Have You Received A Stop-Work Order?
I’m Jim Fee, principal attorney at the law office of Druckman & Fee, P.A. I understand how frustrating and scary it can be after getting a stop-work order from the state of Florida. If you have received a stop-work order, you cannot conduct any business. If you continue to work under a stop-work order, you may be fined $1,000 a day and could be arrested.
The best thing you can do is contact me right away. I understand the complex nature of workers’ comp compliance laws, and I can help you address this serious situation immediately.
Knowledge Of Compliance Issues
The first thing I will help you do is get in compliance with workers’ compensation laws. This may include getting adequate coverage or fixing the problem as quickly and effectively as possible. Under new state laws, you may also want to put $1,000 down toward any penalty you may face so you can start working again while the penalty is assessed by the state as long as any problems are fixed.
It is vital to work with me as soon as you receive a stop-work order. Even if you put $1,000 down toward the penalty, the state could come back with a huge penalty that can be difficult to pay. I can file an administrative appeal on your behalf — but you only have 21 days after the penalty is assessed to file the appeal.
I am dedicated to presenting my clients in the best light possible to help you get the best result and to reduce the impact of compliance issues on your business. These issues are very complicated and require a skilled, experienced lawyer. I can help you every step of the way — don’t wait any longer if you’ve received a stop-work order. I can help you now!
Located in Miami, I represent clients throughout Miami-Dade County. If you are interested in hiring me, don’t wait a minute longer! Call my office at 800-523-7190 today.