Initiating a Lawsuit Overview

Initiating a Lawsuit

Initiating a lawsuit

In order to protect your money, business, or reputation; you may have to sue someone. Nevada Litigation Group will help you decide if your lawsuit has merit, and if so, will walk you through every step.

Initiating a lawsuit requires bold representation

Lawsuits need to be vigorously pursued. Nevada Litigation Group will tirelessly represent you during civil litigation. We know the ins and outs of the legal system to make sure that your needs are taken care of.

Before Filing we will Discuss the Following

1. Do you have a good case? This may seem obvious, but you need to have a genuine legal claim or “cause of action” in order to have a court support your position.

2. Have you made a final demand in your dispute? This is often overlooked by people in their rush to the courthouse. If they know they are at fault and are able to make the situation right, some individuals or businesses will do what they can to resolve the matter, rather than be dragged into court.

3. Have you tried to settle by compromise? Take a realistic look at the other party’s point of view. Perhaps he or she has a valid argument, or even a potential claim against you. If so, we may adjust your position accordingly. If a dollar amount is at issue, you may want to think about reducing the amount you are asking for. From a purely practical point of view, you may receive more that way than you would by suing, because you will have to pay attorneys’ fees and other costs for your lawsuit.

4. Will you be able to collect a judgment if you win?

5. Do you have the money to pay us to handle the lawsuit? We will provide you with an estimate of legal fees, and do the math. It may be cheaper to settle.

6. Do you have the time and resources to devote to a lawsuit? A lawsuit may take a lot of time and energy, and can be emotionally draining.

7. Are you within the applicable “statute of limitations”?

8. Where will you be able to sue? If you are suing someone from a different state, a court in your state may not have power or “jurisdiction” over that person. In that case, you might have to sue the defendant in his or her location, which will probably be more expensive and inconvenient for you.

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