Civil Litigation Law
Civil litigation attorneys specialize in several areas, including family law, employment law, and personal injury law among others. These lawyers are your best option when you are looking for someone to cover all the bases. Sometimes, civil disputes cannot be amicably agreed upon and end up in court. You can greatly benefit by hiring a civil litigation lawyer in such instances.
Attorneys at SBEMP (Slovak, Baron, Empey, Murphy & Pinkney) law firm provides professional legal advice and services to clients in Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Inland Empire, Orange County, Coachella Valley, Costa Mesa, San Diego, New Jersey, New York, and surrounding locations.
Civil litigation attorneys cover a wide array of legal fields including:
- Personal injury claims
- Environmental law
- Medical malpractice
- Anti-trust litigation
- Real estate lawsuits
- Product liability suits
- Landlord/tenant disputes
- Builder’s Liens
- Mechanics Liens
- Constructions Liens
- Estate Litigation
- Business Disputes
- Shareholders Oppression
Most civil litigators specialize in one or two fields. If you need they can always refer you to a capable colleague that can handle your case.
When to hire a civil litigator?
The primary reason to hire a civil litigation attorney is because you may not be aware of the legalities surrounding your matter. Law has several loopholes which are difficult for the average professional to navigate. Other reasons to hire a civil litigation lawyer are:
Lawyers have a deep understanding of the legal process. They can save you from potential fines, penalty fees, and court costs. They may also win the case which could be lucrative to you. You may not have to pay the other person or may get compensated for your damages and injuries.
Civil litigators can coach you on the right way to speak in court. Sometimes, honesty or speaking too much can harm you when in court. Majority of people who do not deal with courts on a day to day basis don’t see how. But, lawyers can prevent you from self-incriminating when speaking up in court.
You increase the odds of running things smoothly when you retain the services of a civil litigation lawyer. You also ensure that you have someone on your side if things go south. Civil litigators have the necessary experience and training to handle situations that may be way beyond your level of expertise.
For instance, civil litigation lawyers understand paperwork, including complex contracts that the average person struggles to understand. They will coach you to speak appropriately in court. They will even train you to avoid saying things that may incriminate you.
Civil litigation attorneys can come in very useful when you are trying to settle a support case with your spouse. Divorces are almost always a steep uphill battle with no end in sight. Losses are borne by both spouses regardless of which side they are on.
Experienced civil litigators can determine the results of a dispute based on past experience and legal knowledge. They can help you assess whether any payment shall be offered or if you should accept (or make) it.
Lawyers at the SBEMP law firm serve clients from Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Inland Empire, Orange County, Coachella Valley, Costa Mesa, San Diego, New Jersey, New York, and nearby locations for a range of legal practice areas.
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