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Representing Parties In Civil Disputes And Lawsuits

If you believe that you have suffered harm and loss as a result of another party’s actions, you may choose to file a civil lawsuit to establish and protect your rights, and to recover damages.

At Elias Law Offices, our attorneys are adept negotiators and fierce litigators who will defend your rights and represent your best interests. Whether you plan to file a lawsuit or learn that you are being sued, we have the experience, knowledge and resources to help you achieve a positive outcome.

Protect Your Rights In A Lawsuit

We represent clients who are both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide range of civil litigation cases, including:

  • Motor vehicle accident claims
  • Slip-and-fall accident claims
  • Wrongful death claims
  • Breach of contract claims
  • Real estate disputes, including boundary issues
  • Inheritance rights and estate administration
  • Guardianship and conservatorship proceedings
  • Employment-related disputes

If you are sued, we will make every effort to terminate the litigation as soon as possible, either by negotiating a favorable settlement, or, if necessary, by going to trial.

If you want to sue someone, we will provide you with legal counseling to ensure that you understand the pros and potential cons associated with filing a lawsuit and how taking such action may affect your life. We will not file suit on your behalf unless we believe that it is in your best interests, and that you have a reasonable likelihood of success.

Strong Legal Representation In Civil Litigation Matters

If a lawsuit is unavoidable, we will make every effort to resolve and terminate litigation as soon as possible with the goal of saving you time, stress and money, yet achieving successful results.

To discuss your case with an attorney at our York law office call 207-209-2655, toll free at 866-614-0975 or contact us online.