Contact a litigation lawyer who can help you decide if your case warrants a lawsuit, or if you may be able to go through mediation or arbitration as an alternative. The services a litigation attorney can provide include researching the facts and causes of the dispute, analyzing the specific laws pertaining to your case, and estimating how successful you may be in court.
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If you've suffered a physical or emotional injury because of someone else's accident or mistake, a personal injury lawyer can work with you to help you win your settlement. The processes of insurance claims, evidence gathering, and defense are all covered under a personal injury attorney’s services. Many personal injury lawyers will take cases on a contingency basis, so they only get paid if you do.
A lawyer who specializes in disputes will know all the options open to you concerning resolving your case. From litigation to arbitration to bringing a lawsuit to court, an attorney specializing in disputes will know the process that will best fit your budget and time constraints. The unique advantages offered by each process are something you can discuss with your dispute attorney.
Appellate lawyers argue appeals to explain why the decision a lower court made was wrong. There are specific, detailed rules that must be followed to make an appeal, and an appellate attorney will understand all of the procedures to follow. Even if you believe you are right, under the law you can still lose your appeal on technicalities. Contacting an appellate attorney is the best way to ensure your appeal is fully considered.
If you have used a product or the services of a company that have been defective or potentially harmful, you may consider filing a class action lawsuit to redress the damages you have suffered. This kind of litigation is used when a large number of people have the same problem with company’s product or activities. Class action lawyers will discuss the appropriateness of your lawsuit and how to proceed in the timeliest and most cost-efficient manner.