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Litigation is the process of legal action. In the complex landscape of legal matters, litigation emerges as a crucial avenue for resolving disputes.  This process involves taking legal action through the court system to settle conflicts between parties.  Litigation is the formal legal process that unfolds when two parties engage in a legal dispute and seek resolution through the court system. It encompasses a range of legal actions, from filing a lawsuit to responding to a legal complaint.

Some types of litigation we handle:

  • Personal Injury Actions
  • Medical Malpractice Actions
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Real Estate Matters
  • Business Matters
  • Probate Matters

Clearly identify your legal needs. Different lawyers handle various types of cases such as family law, criminal defense, business law, or real estate. Choose a lawyer with expertise in the relevant field.  Look for a lawyer with relevant experience in handling cases similar to yours. An experienced attorney is more likely to understand the nuances of your situation and navigate the legal process effectively.

Determining if you have a viable legal case involves assessing various factors related to your situation. Here are some key considerations to help you evaluate whether you have a case:

Identify the legal grounds for your case. Understand the specific law or laws that may apply to your situation. Consulting with a lawyer can help you determine the legal basis for your potential case.

Determine if you have suffered harm, injury, or financial loss as a result of someone else’s actions or negligence. A key element of many legal cases is demonstrating that you have been adversely affected in some way.

Establish a clear connection between the actions of the other party and the harm or injury you suffered. It’s essential to show that the other party’s actions directly caused your damages.

In some cases, you may need to demonstrate that the other party owed you a duty of care. For example, in personal injury cases, this duty often involves acting reasonably to prevent harm to others.

Determine if the other party breached their duty of care. This could involve negligence, failure to fulfill contractual obligations, or other violations of legal standards.

Be aware of the statute of limitations, which sets a time limit for filing a lawsuit. If too much time has passed since the incident, you may lose the right to pursue legal action.


We fight to protect your legal rights under the law.

Joseph L. Curosh III