Civil Litigation

Civil litigation refers to the process of resolving legal disputes between two or more parties, typically individuals or organizations, where one party is seeking compensation or other forms of relief from the other party.

Civil litigation can cover a wide range of issues, including contract disputes, personal injury claims, employment disputes, property disputes, and many others. The process typically involves filing a complaint with the court, followed by discovery, where the parties exchange information and evidence. The case may then proceed to trial, where a judge or jury will determine the outcome of the case.

Civil litigation can be complex and time-consuming, and it can be expensive to hire attorneys and other experts to represent the parties involved. However, it can also be an important tool for resolving disputes and obtaining compensation for damages or losses suffered by one party as a result of the actions of another party.