Civil litigation attorneys at Conrad Trosch & Kemmy deal with the legal issues once their client, known as the plaintiff have filed a lawsuit in court against another person or entity known as the defendant. Some cases such as class action suits can be in litigation for years due to the complexity of the issues at hand. The litigator’s primary function is to represent the client as the cases goes through litigation.
There are a number of types of cases that civil litigation attorneys handle; these can include medical malpractice, wrongful death, product liability, personal injury, etc. Many civil litigation attorneys find themselves involved in Workers compensation cases where the insurance company disputes the claim, disagreeing with the claim that the worker was actually injured on the job.
When a prospective client approaches a civil litigation attorney it is incumbent on the attorney to carefully evaluate the case. The attorney will want to see any and all documentation that pertains to the case; these documents can include medical records, employee files and even company documents. Once the attorney has reviewed all of the pertinent information he or she will compile a list of witness that are willing to give a deposition, should the case eventually go to trial.
Litigation attorneys take the responsibility for filing all the legal documents during litigation, these include interrogatories to and from the parties involved and they request for the production of documents. The attorneys will prepare pre-trial briefs and motions should the case go to trial.
Although there are a great number of legal complexities that are handled by Civil Litigation Attorney Charlotte NC area they may try to settle the case out of court through mediation and negotiation which results in a resolution that both parties find acceptable. If the litigation attorney fails to settle out of court the case will go to trial and be heard in front of a judge. The judge will allow the attorneys for the plaintiff and the defendant to plead their cases after which he will render a verdict and enter a court order. The court order includes the findings and any stipulations ordered by the court. If the litigation attorney and the client are not satisfied with the judgment the legal system allows the attorney to file an appeal which puts the case straight back into litigation.