Efficiency and expertise are what is needed from your paralegal adviser and this is where Gobin & Leyenson come in.
Decides oncases where the amount of money or value of the goods involved is $25,000 or less. The person or business starting the case is called the plaintiff. The person or business being sued is called the defendant.Some of the reasons you can sue:
You can sue to get money the defendant owes you under an agreement you have with them. -You can sue if you were harmed by something they did, or should have done but didn’t. You can sue to get goods that you believe belong to you.What you should know:
Litigation is not an overnight process, be prepared. Foundation is the key to any successful claim or defence, consult with a licensed paralegal or a lawyer.Fees:
We offer our services on an hourly basis, block fees or contingency basis (fees based on a percentage of what we recover for you). After our thorough assessment of your case, we will advise you what the exact legal fees will be.
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