If you are in need of assistance from a litigator here in the Sacramento area, see us at Acquest Law to schedule your initial consultation. Solving legal disputes takes a careful approach and a detailed review of the facts, and we are interested in hearing about your situation. You can call us at 916-378-0259 or contact us online and when you call, we’ll discuss the litigation options available you.
Civil litigation is a legal dispute between two or more parties that seek monetary damages or another specific remedy to resolve an issue that is not a criminal matter. Our civil litigators are versatile and nimble trial lawyers who can cover a wide array of civil law issues, including worker's compensation, environmental law, employment and labor laws, medical malpractice, academic law, and landlord/tenant problems, among several others.
Times arise when disputes cannot be settled or resolved fairly without the intervention of a Court, or other third party. Acquest Law provides civil litigation representation and we advocate aggressively on behalf of our clients. Sometimes going to court may not be the most effective means of resolution of a matter, and when appropriate, we may also talk with our clients about participation in mediation or arbitration.
We recognize that litigation can be a resource intensive and challenging experience and with that in mind, our goal is to provide you with advice to assist you in making the tough decisions that are required with these types of proceedings.
- Our Role – As your Lawyer, our job is to represent you in discussions for your matter, whether those discussions are with an opposing party, opposing counsel, the Court or mediators. Our team is ready and willing to represent the needs of our clients in order to obtain the best outcome.
- Litigation Lifecycle – Depending on the type of case, the litigation timeframe can be as short as a few months to as long as a several years. Civil litigation generally happens in stages: investigation, pleadings, discovery, pre-trial, trial, settlement and appeal. It should be noted that not all lawsuits will touch all of these stages, and many lawsuits are settled prior to trial.
We recommend that you meet with a Civil Litigation Attorney to help you understand your options to resolve your dispute. You may have important legal rights that you should be aware of. We make our office available online or you can call us at 916-378-0259 to set up your consultation appointment.