Rancho Cucamonga Civil Litigation Attorney
Committed to Protecting Your Rights & Best Interests
At Chung & Ignacio, LLP, our Rancho Cucamonga civil litigation attorneys are committed to resolving clients' matters as swiftly and successfully as possible. With years of experience, our legal team has the ability to protect our clients' consumer and business rights at all stages of the legal process. Whether you are in need of assistance and representation for matters involving business or real estate law, our civil law firm has the resources and experience to help.
What is Civil Litigation?
Civil litigation is a portion of the law that is geared towards helping individuals and businesses resolve disputes in many different areas of the law. When working with a civil litigation attorney, you will have your rights protected through every step of the way, from the investigation to the discovery and pretrial to the trial, settlement and appeal if necessary, though many cases can be handled in negotiations before ever facing trial.
What are the 4 types of civil law?
Civil litigation deals with torts, contracts, family relations, and property.
What does a civil litigation lawyer do?
A civil litigation lawyer is an attorney that resolves disputes through negotiation or agreement, and sometimes court if it cannot be resolved. Our Rancho Cucamonga civil lawyers at Chung & Ignacio, LLP are well versed in civil litigation and are capable of providing personalized support and service to clients in a range of practice areas, including even the most complex or contested. There are several common types of civil cases that we deal with.
We handle civil litigation cases involving the following:
- Auto Dealerships
- Breach of Contract
- Business Dissolutions
- Business Law
- Business Torts
- Contract Litigation
- Fraud Litigation
- Landlord Tenant Cases
- Real Estate Litigation
- Regulatory Compliance
Business Conflicts Can Lead to Litigation
From a massive corporation with numerous offices to a mom-and-pop shop on the corner, just about every business today needs to be fully aware of legal issues and ramifications that could lead to civil litigation. Some cases can stem from jilted clients, customers, and employees that believe a business has committed a violation that cost them dearly. In other situations, a business partner’s or executive’s mistakes can quickly unravel into serious complications that jeopardize the company’s finances and reputation. No matter the reason a business can or professional can find themselves in legal trouble, the common thread is that there is hardly the time to address it head-on and properly.
Chung & Ignacio, LLP and our Rancho Cucamonga civil litigation attorneys are here to help you stay focused on what is important to your civil law case: your business or company. When you retain our services, our civil lawyers can carry the brunt of the legalities surrounding your case and complete the legwork on your behalf. While we defend your best interests through legal channels, such as what may be necessary in a breach of contract case, you can continue perfecting your business.
Would you like to know more about your options in a civil litigation case and our legal services? Call (909) 726-7112 or contact us online to set up a no-cost, no-obligation initial consultation with a civil law lawyer.
Q:Do I Need to Involve a Civil Litigation Attorney for My Real Estate or Business Litigation Matter?
A:When you are facing any legal matter in which a property as large as a business, home, or other commercial property is in jeopardy, retaining the services of a Rancho Cucamonga civil litigation attorney is always highly recommended. Even in cases where you are unsure if a complication has risen, talking to a lawyer is wise to ensure that your rights are protected.
Q:When Should I Begin Working With an Attorney on My Case?
A:As soon as possible! The sooner you involve an attorney, the sooner your legal representation will be able to investigate the circumstances and determine the best strategy for you or your business with which to move forward. Additionally, your lawyer will be able to protect your rights during every step of the way and ensure that you or your business is not taken advantage of by another company.