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What is Litigation?

Litigation is a complex process where multiple parties engage in resolving legal disputes. The initial stages of litigation involve thorough investigations, presenting a formal demand, and preparing a complaint. If negotiations fail, the first formal action involves preparing a complaint and submitting a summons to the defendant. The discovery phase involves gathering information and facts from the opposing party, using probing, interrogatories, and depositions. The “Production Request” is used to extract crucial details. If the case is not resolved during discovery, the case proceeds to trial. Evidence is presented by the plaintiff and the defendant, with formal testimony derived through direct examination and cross-examination. The decision is left in the hands of the judge or jury. The trial court decision may be appealed if a party believes an error was made. A skilled attorney is crucial for a favorable outcome.

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Edward P. Graham have the skill and experience in litigation to guide you through the process and help you achieve a successful outcome.

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