General Litigation


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Litigation is the process of handling a potential lawsuit from beginning to end. Lawsuits can involve matters such as breach of contract, property damage, real estate disputes, landlord/tenant matters, violation of consumer protection law, and many other important issues.

The attorneys at Myers Duffy Dansak & Clegg have significant experience litigating a multitude of varying matters. Litigation does not always necessitate the actual filing of a lawsuit in the court. Protracted litigation can be a long, stressful, and potentially costly endeavor. Our attorneys believe that an amicable resolution of your legal matters outside of court is often in your best interest and we will strive to achieve such a result when possible.
 
Unfortunately, it is not always possible to resolve legal matters without court intervention. In such cases, our attorneys will advise you of what you can expect from the litigation process and answer any questions that you may have. An important part of the initial consultation in litigation matters is a discussion of the potential length of time and cost of pursuing your case. An additional factor to be considered prior to initiating litigation is whether you will be able to collect on any judgment that may be rendered in your favor and, if not, whether the lien status of such a judgment justifies the potential cost, both mental and pecuniary, of pursuing your claim.

While no attorney can predict with 100% accuracy the length or potential cost of pursuing your claim, our attorneys are sensitive to the difficult decision that you are facing as to how you wish to proceed. As a result of our significant litigation experience, we will provide you with information that will assist you in making such a decision in an informed manner. This includes advising you of any negative factors that may affect your legal claim.
 
Before initiating a lawsuit and stepping into the complex and specific procedures required in successfully pursuing your unique claim, contact our law office and schedule a consultation to arm yourself with the information that will help you make the right decision for yourself.