Injury Law & Business Litigation Specialists

Work with an attorney who cares as much about your case as you do. You will always have direct and personal contact with your attorney. You are more than just another case; our attorneys take their client/attorney relationships very seriously.

The attorneys at Frohlich, Gordon & Beason Law Firm live and work locally. They are well-known and respected in the local courts, and the communities they serve. Our personal injury attorneys are passionate advocates for victims of automobile accidents, and other cases where someone’s negligence has caused injury or death. We fight for fair compensation for all losses, current and future, and are known for achieving the best possible results for our clients.

We are the only law firm based in Charlotte County with a recognized specialist in business litigation cases, such as professional partnership disputes, construction contract disputes, and real estate litigation. Your business is too important to trust to a general trial lawyer. Contact us to speak to the only attorney based in Charlotte County that is board certified in business litigation.

Trial Lawyers Who Care

About our clients and our community

Every client is important to us. You are not just a case number and will never be treated that way. We will take the time to get to know you and the unique details of your case. We will serve as your true advocate. You will work with a highly skilled and experienced personal injury lawyer who will handle every step of your case. We are committed to protecting your rights and ensuring that you are fairly compensated for all your losses.  

  • Port Charlotte
  • Punta Gorda
  • Englewood
  • North Port
  • Venice
  • Arcadia
  • Sarasota
  • Fort Myers
  • Cape Coral

Our personal injury attorneys and support staff are active in our local communities, devoting time and resources to non-profits and organizations that serve our friends, neighbors and clients in the following areas:

WHAT CLIENTS SAY

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