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Civil Litigation Lawyers in Toronto

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What is a Civil Litigation Lawyer?

When lawyers use the term, Civil Litigation, they are talking about the kind of lawsuits and trials that do not involve criminal charges. Other than criminal matters, there are really no disputes that you won’t need a Civil Litigation Lawyer to help you with if there is the possibility it might require a trial to resolve. This can include disputes between neighbours, compensation if you slip and fall on somebody’s property (or somebody slips and falls on yours), a dispute with a company you purchased a product or service from where you do not believe you received fair value, or, practically any other matter.

Most lawyers who handle trials identify themselves both as Civil Litigation Lawyers and by the area of the law in which they are experts. Landlord-Tenant Lawyers, Child Protection Lawyers, Car Accident Lawyers, Defamation Lawyers, Family Lawyers, Medical Malpractice Lawyers, and Wrongful Dismissal Lawyers are just a few examples of lawyers who practice Civil Litigation Law.

When Do I Need a Lawyer?

For this reason, if you think you need to sue somebody else to protect your rights – a person or group of people, a company, even a government agency – or if you are presented with legal paperwork indicating that somebody is bringing an action against you, you should first review this Directory for the category that appears to be the best match for your issue. If you cannot find a category specific to your matter, consult a Civil Litigator Lawyer.