Helping Clients Navigate The Confusing World Of Civil Litigation

When you find yourself involved in a legal dispute, you need the guidance of an attorney who has experience in all phases of litigation ― everything from the filing of the initial complaint to the trial itself.

At The Walker Law Firm, LLC, our skilled legal professionals are dedicated to providing personalized and strategic legal representation for those involved in civil litigation. We will take the time to explain your legal options and help create an individualized legal plan aimed at achieving your goals. Your case is far too important to trust to anyone else.

Despite the fact that many cases settle out of court, you need to be prepared for all possibilities, including litigation and trial. When you seek legal guidance from The Walker Law Firm, LLC, you will be. With 10 years of legal experience, attorney Martin N. Walker is both a skilled negotiator and a seasoned litigator.

Understanding Civil Litigation In Illinois

Essentially, civil litigation is the process by which two parties resolve a noncriminal legal dispute in civil court. It can involve several phases, including pretrial hearings, motions, depositions, mediations, arbitrations and, finally, trial. At The Walker Law Firm, LLC, we handle a variety of civil litigation cases, including:

Importantly, if the amount in dispute during civil litigation is $10,000 or less, you can seek legal recourse in Illinois Small Claims Court. Conversely, if the amount is greater than $10,000, you are often better off filing your claim in a regular division of the court. In either case, however, it is always best to seek legal counsel from an experienced lawyer.

Client-Centered Legal Guidance From An Attorney You Can Trust

If you believe you case will require litigation, contact The Walker Law Firm, LLC, to speak to an attorney today ― we offer FREE initial consultations. Email us online or call us at 847-693-4687. From our office in Waukegan, we serve clients throughout Lake County and the surrounding areas, including those in Gurnee, Libertyville and Highland Park.