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Businesses-Turn-to-For-Legal-Advice-300x209Do you need to hire an attorney to represent you in a business lawsuit? If so, consider an attorney with the knowledge, skills, and experience to help you with your case.Our experienced attorneys will what is necessary to reach an alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including arbitration and mediation which can help save money and time. However, if an ADR is unattainable, then we will help to prepare your company for litigation. An experienced business litigation attorney specializes in breach of contract, collection actions, tort, garnishments, and international debt.

Common Types of Business Litigation

Have you been served a lawsuit from a disgruntled client or supplier? If so, then you need to search for a reputable litigation attorney immediately. While there are many litigation attorneys available, not all specialize in business litigation. Your business’s goal should be to overcome and succeed through the entire litigation process, and working with an experienced business litigation attorney is the way to reach business goals.

Here are several common types of business litigation you may come across.

  • Breach of Contract
  • Civil Litigation
  • Complex Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • International Litigation
  • Product Liability Cases
  • Negligence Claims/Personal Injury
  • Shareholder Disputes

Once you have the opportunity to meet with a business litigation attorney, he or she will begin working with you to organize your case, which will likely require supporting legal documentation. During your consultation, a member of our professional legal team will discuss alternative methods so you and the third party can reach a fair settlement outside of court. The methods include mediation and arbitration.

Contact Us to Schedule Your Initial Consultation Today

If you are currently looking for an experienced attorney, contact us today to request a free initial consultation. During a consultation, you will have the opportunity to provide information, details, and even documents relative to your case. Our professional legal team will then assess this information and determine the type of case that is involved and create a plan of action accordingly.

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Written by The Campbell Law Group

The Campbell Law Group

Regina Campbell, Esq. is the Managing Partner of The Campbell Law Group based in Coral Gables, Florida. Her prior entrepreneurial experience in building businesses has not only given her the opportunity to develop and hone her business acumen, but has also shaped her background and knowledge to better position the firm to serve and understand all of its client’s needs in an ever-changing global economy.