Are you in a civil dispute with another fellow immigrant? Is this a non-criminal case? Are you uncertain how to strategize and plan to move forward with the case?
In such situations, we highly advise you to hire a litigation lawyer – specifically an immigration litigation lawyer. Immigration litigators are experts in handling civil cases involving immigrants and can guide you with legal advice pertaining to the laws of Canada.
It is expected that you might not be familiar with all the laws of Canada that could help you win the case. That is why our law firm has a group of top-rate and highly qualified litigation lawyers. These lawyers will offer you legal advice and aid you in analyzing, strategizing, and planning in order to build a strong case.
What is a Litigation Lawyer?
A litigation lawyer is a legal expert who aims to protect the rights of their clients. Our job is to ensure our client’s side in a case is presented correctly with a strong premise at the court. We want you, as our client, to get all your rights and come out of a case with a positive outcome.
Given below is a list of different types of litigation cases our litigation lawyers handle and can help you deal with such issues effortlessly.
- Civil Cases
- Criminal Cases
- Contract Disputes
- Personal Injury Tort Claims
- Class Action Suits
- Equitable Claims
- Property Disputes
- Divorce and Family Law Disputes
At this point, if you are wondering whether hiring a litigation lawyer is worth it or not, then let us promise you that yes, it is. When you are involved in any kind of legal situation, it is actually normal you will not be aware of all the legal pitfalls you might face. Professional help will guide you and help you avoid those pitfalls, and deal with the case more readily.
Is a Litigator the Same as a Lawyer?
A litigator is a type of lawyer who is usually referred to as a trial lawyer. Litigators mainly handle civil cases and can represent both the plaintiff and the defendant.
Our litigation lawyers guide our clients through cases that they might face during or post immigration. Then, we take the necessary legal actions and work on the case through investigations, trials, settlements, appeals, etc.
What Does a Litigation Lawyer Do?
As we mentioned above, a litigation lawyer handles civil lawsuits and makes sure their client – the defendant or the plaintiff – receives a favorable decision at the court along with retaining their rights.
If you are wondering about how our litigation lawyers work through a case, here is a brief.
- We will assess and investigate the case.
- There are many pleadings drafts to draw and submit in the court, and we will take care of them for you.
- We will interrogate all the involved parties and examine all the gathered information and pieces of evidence.
- Pre-trial preparations will be undergoing in the next phase, and we will ensure a strong case is prepared.
- We will prepare you for the trial and handle the trial in court with utmost dedication. Our aim to make sure the trial goes as smoothly and as favorable on our behalf as possible.
- The amount of possible settlement will be discussed and deliberated over. Finally, we will settle on an amount which is satisfactory to you.
- We will help you with an appeal if necessary.
The term civil litigation is used to define litigators handling non-criminal cases in court. Our litigation lawyers will work on the case from the pre-trial procedures to the post-trial procedures and when the judgment is enforced.
We have an extremely dedicated team of civil litigation lawyers who works with clients personally from the beginning till the end. The lawyers want to make sure you win the case and do not face any further legal issues.
Commercial and Corporate Litigation Lawyers
Are you facing issues with a business partner? Do you have an ongoing dispute with another corporation? In cases of business-related or corporate world-related conflicts, you will need to hire a commercial litigation lawyer to aid you through the case.
Our commercial and corporate litigation lawyers will help you from pre-trial to post-trial procedures. They will build a solid case to sort out the mess and get you out of it with a favorable outcome on your behalf.
If you are wondering if our commercial and corporate litigation lawyers can handle your case or not, let us assure you they can. They have years of experience and practice on various commercial and corporate litigation cases, including:
- Aviation Disputes
- Antitrust Cases
- Breach of Contract Actions
- Bad Faith Cases
- Tortious Interference
- Business Torts
- Breach of Duty Cases
- Trade Secret Lawsuits
- Misrepresentation Actions
- Shareholder Issues
- Unfair Competition Actions
- Labor Cases
- Construction Cases
- Fraud Actions
- Derivative Actions
- LLC Membership Disputes
- Employment Cases
- Intellectual Property (IP) and Patent Infringement Cases
- Product Liability Claims
- Class Action Lawsuits
- Debtor or Creditor Actions
- Securities Litigation
- Tax Disputes
- Insurance Coverage Cases
Contact Us – Immigration Canada Lawyers
If you need a litigation lawyer as an immigrant in Canada, contact us now! We are available 24/7, and you can reach out to us at [email protected] or call us at (604) 394-2777. We promise to help and to answer all your inquiries to make the situation as easy as possible for you.
We guarantee a positive outcome for you from the case as that is what our lawyers strive for all our clients. We also offer the most affordable packages so that you do not have to stress over the cost of your litigation lawyer.
Frequently Asked Questions
With the help of our clients and research, we have prepared a list of the most frequently asked questions and responded to them for you in order to help further.
How long will it take to resolve a litigation case?
Most civil cases are solved during the litigation process. However, sometimes it can take around 3 to 18 months to resolve civil litigation cases.
How much does it cost to litigate a case?
There are different fees when a lawsuit is filed in the traditional litigation process. However, usually, the cost can vary within the range of $10,000 to $25,000.
Which is better: to settle or go to trial?
There are pros and cons to both the situation. If you decided to settle, then, of course, it will be more efficient, cost-effective, and less stressful. On the other hand, however, there is a chance you might get paid less than you would prefer. Hence, if you to trial, the chances of you coming out with a better settlement amount is higher. But it is noteworthy that going to trial is expensive, and only your lawyer can decide if the fight is worth the money and time.
What percentage of civil cases actually go to trial?
A very small number of civil cases actually go to trial. This is because almost 97 percent of civil cases are resolved before going to trial.
What is a reasonable settlement offer?
We always try to get at least 80% of the damages our client incurred to be settled. Of course, the amount can be more or less, but the compensated amount should be a gainful one at the end.
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