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Lee County is the home of Spring Training for many die hard baseball fans. Both the Red Sox and the Twins call Fort Myers in Lee County their home for their pre-season festivities. The area attracts a huge amount of tourists and fans during March to watch their favorite players get in shape for the coming season.
Lee County lawyers can assist you with any legal issue you may be facing. These include personal injury, real estate, immigration, wills and trusts, divorce, criminal defense, and many more.
Attorneys in Lee County are currently litigating several cases of Lee County workers who claim they were fired because they were whistleblowers. The employees were fired for alleged racial discrimination, and are now claiming that their firing was in retaliation for their answers in an investigation that was being conducted of the company. Under federal law, a worker who is fired for whistle blowing can be reinstated and even receive damages and back pay.
Local Lee County lawyers know the ins and outs of the Lee County court system. A Lee County attorney will be familiar with the local rules and procedures specific to the Civil, Criminal, and Juvenile divisions of the Lee County Courts.
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