Civil litigation is a general term that encompasses many different types of claims and litigation cases. The best way to successfully navigate a civil litigation case is by relying on solid legal advice that you can trust. Here’s how the team at Carlson Law Group, Inc. can help if you face a civil litigation claim.
Experience You Can Trust
Acting as legal representation for nationally recognized insurance companies, such as State Farm, Allstate, 21st Century, CNA HealthPro, and Legion Insurance Company, allowed the lawyers at Carlson Law Group, Inc. to gain considerable experience in civil suits. We have successfully represented business owners (restauranteurs, construction companies, garage owners, and shopkeepers) and individuals alike, and this experience allows us to offer our clients practical and reliable legal advice.
How We Represent You
As previously mentioned, there are many different claims that fall under the umbrella of general civil litigation. Here are just a few of the general civil issues that we at Carlson Law Group, Inc. can assist you with.
- Slips and Falls
- Auto Accidents
- Defective Products
- Dangerous Property Conditions
- Wrongful Death
- Major Injuries (amputation, disfigurement, paralysis, electrocution, etc.)
- Breach of Contract
- Sexual Harassment/Abuse
- Employment and Labor Disputes
- Construction and Real Estate Disputes
- Business Disputes
- Trade Secret and Unfair Competition Issues
- Shareholder Disputes
In many cases, civil disputes are settled out of court. However, settling can actually cause more harm than good. The knowledgeable team at Carlson Law Group, Inc. has the experience to understand when you should settle and when you should pursue further legal action.
Facing a civil lawsuit could derail your business operations or personal life if handled incorrectly. If you want to protect your interests against damaging civil litigation claims, then don’t hesitate to contact the team at Carlson Law Group, Inc. Our knowledgeable attorneys are eager to help you get through tricky litigation disputes.
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