FAQ's

What is Civil Litigation?

Civil litigation covers a variety of legal proceedings. Civil cases are litigated in civil courts as lawsuits, rather than being tried in a criminal court. There are two primary branches of civil litigation:

1.Tort Law: A tort occurs when someone causes harm to another person or another person's property. This harm can be done deliberately or as a result of carelessness.

2. Contract Law: Contract law is concerned with interpreting agreements between parties and resolving any disputes.

Does My Case Have To Go To Court?

It may be in your best interest to not go to court for your case. An experienced civil litigation attorney can give you the best advice when settlement is appropriate, what type of settlement is fair and when litigation is your best option. Contact an experienced attorney at LaCourse Law to help.

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