Civil Litigation

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Your Trusted Partner in Civil Litigation

If you’re facing a civil litigation matter and need experienced legal representation, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Our team is here to advocate for your rights and fight for the justice you deserve. Schedule a consultation today with one of our attorneys to discuss your case in detail.

Areas of Practice

General Litigation

Contract Disputes

Business Litigation

Business Transactions

Construction Law

Employment Disputes

Real Estate Transactions

Real Estate Litigation

Employee Related Matters

Commercial Litigation

Trust Matters

Personal Injury Claims

And More

WHY CHOOSE SWAB & STALL?

Experience

With extensive experience in civil litigation, our attorneys have a deep understanding of the complexities involved in these cases.

Personalized Approach

We recognize that every case is unique, which is why we tailor our approach to meet the specific needs and goals of each client.

Communication

We prioritize clear and open communication, ensuring that our clients are informed and involved throughout the litigation process.

Results-Driven

Our track record of successful outcomes speaks for itself. We are relentless in our pursuit of justice for our clients and will go above and beyond to achieve the best possible results.

Proven Track Record

With a history of successful outcomes in a wide range of civil cases, you can trust our attorneys to deliver results.

Trial Ready

While we always strive to resolve cases efficiently, we're prepared to take your case to trial if necessary. Our attorneys have extensive courtroom experience and are ready to fight for you in front of a judge and jury.

Our Services

Trial Representation

Our attorneys are seasoned trial advocates who are prepared to litigate your case in court if necessary.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

We also offer alternative dispute resolution services, including mediation and arbitration, to help our clients resolve their disputes efficiently and cost-effectively.

Case
Evaluation

If you’re unsure whether you have a viable civil litigation case, we offer case evaluation services to assess the merits of your claim and provide you with expert legal advice.

Frequently asked questions

Everyone wants to know what to expect. The problem is that no legal process is “typical.”

While proceedings can be similar, and while case lengths can have a limited range in some instances, every single case is different. 

We encourage you to call us today to get a free consultation. This is another way to show you our tailored approach and reassure you that we will do our best to make sure you are informed and prepared every step of the way. 

In most personal injury cases, you would recover money damages from the negligent party’s insurance company. The amount you recover will depend upon many variables, including the nature of your injuries, whether or not your injuries are permanent or disfiguring, the amount of your medical bills, the amount of your lost wages, the pain and suffering caused by your injuries, and many other factors, including how much insurance coverage the negligent party has available to pay a claim.

Call us today to get a free, personalized answer that is specific to you and your situation.

The length of a case, from the initial free consultation through to the resolution of the case by settlement or jury verdict, depends on several variables, so it is not possible to say exactly how long a case may take.  

The duration of a case is often dictated by the individual court in which the case is filed.  Some courts designate a time period for discovery of evidence by each party that may be a year or longer.  Other courts have a backlog of cases and therefore, the oldest cases in a county will be considered before a more recently filed case. Though some cases do settle before going to court, a settlement would not usually occur until just before the scheduled trial.

If your case does not settle, the experienced trial attorneys at Swab & Stall will effectively present your case to a jury or judge and zealously advocate for you.