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Disputes are unavoidable, whether in business or in a person’s life. Civil litigation is the use of the court and alternative dispute resolution processes to resolve disputes that cannot be resolved by the parties themselves. The challenge for every person and organization is the manner in which they handle the dispute in order to protect their interests and, where possible, continue to maintain important or necessary relationships. The attorneys at Stucky, Lauer & Young, LLP have an uncommon breadth and depth of experience that they put to use on their clients’ behalves to maximize the results obtained in the civil litigation process.
Civil litigation is a broad segment of the practice of law that encompasses many of our areas of focus, including but not limited to business litigation, contractual disputes, personal injury, medical malpractice, employment litigation, real estate litigation, insurance litigation, and probate litigation. Sometimes a legal issue does not fit neatly into a standard practice area. In those situations, it is particularly important to have attorneys with diverse litigation experience and skill to handle these matters. Each case comes with unique challenges; and we strive to find unique solutions.
Our litigation attorneys aim to resolve your dispute as early as possible. This will help you achieve the optimal results with the minimal amount of attorney expenses and court costs. If the offer does not come or is not favorable, then we will aggressively fight for your rights at trial. We truly care about your case and your satisfaction of the service your received. We strive for a long-term trusting relationship with our clients.