Civil Litigation

Whether you're an individual or a small business, defendant or plaintiff, you need the advice and guidance of a litigator who has experience with all aspects of civil litigation.

Disagreements happen, and if the parties to a dispute cannot reach a mutually agreeable solution, then they may have to turn to the courts for help resolving their disagreement. Civil litigation can be used to resolve all sorts of conflicts, from personal injury cases to contract disputes, from disagreements between neighbors to contested wills. Weksler Law Group can prepare and file your lawsuit while continuing to try to negotiate an out-of-court settlement. And if the disagreement can't be resolved amicably, our attorneys can work with you to develop a strategy, represent you in court and advocate on your behalf during the civil trial.

Weksler Law Group can take you through the entire process of filing and pursuing a non-criminal lawsuit. Our attorneys can advise you on whether your case is best suited for court, or can be handled better outside of the courtroom.  As legal professionals, our litigation lawyers can offer valuable insight in determining which cases have a good chance of being successful. Weksler Law Group is familiar with all of the procedures, steps, and necessary paperwork that is part of the civil litigation process. Some cases are better handled using alternative dispute resolution, and a Weksler Law Group will be able to advise you on your options.

Outcomes rely on many different factors, but Weksler Law Group will represent you at every step in the process of filing a lawsuit. With our guidance, your case might be settled privately, or you could end up going to court. If you win your case, you may receive monetary compensation or force the other party to cease a harmful activity. 

The litigation lawyers at Weksler Law Group know the local laws and legal procedures, our legal services and expertise can help to put you in a better position to win your lawsuit.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. The information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.