Litigation

Littlejohn Law handles all aspects of litigation including pre-suit negotiations, filing the lawsuit, trial and any necessary appeals. When involved in any type of litigation, the Littlejohn Law team always focuses on achieving “real results” rather than just getting through the process. Our goal is to maximize the net return for our clients when we are suing someone on your behalf and minimize any net loss when we are defending you.

An uncollectible judgment after expending significant legal fees is not a ‘win’ nor is a defense verdict at the expense of an attorney’s invoice for double the amount claimed by your opponent. It’s all about the results, with this in mind Littlejohn Law handles all types of litigation matters including the following:

  • Business and Commercial Disputes
  • Contract Disputes
  • Real Estate Disputes
  • Employment Disputes
  • Breach of Non-Compete Issues
  • Breach of Confidentiality Agreements
  • Negligence
  • Construction Litigation
  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  • Insurance Disputes
  • General Civil Litigation

Of course, we can handle any other type of litigation you may need. The above list is just some of the more common issues that our clients tend to face.

Whether you find yourself or your business considering pursing legal action against another party, or you are worried that another party may pursue you, it is not something you will want to deal with on your own. Litigation is a complex process, which is why you will want to have a skilled, battle tested and experienced legal team fighting with you. We know the procedures, strategies and tactics to help ensure your business gets through this process quickly and cleanly.

When you work with us, your case will be personally handled by Edward L. Littlejohn, Jr and the legal team and not passed down the chain of command to the least experienced attorney in some huge law firm. You can always schedule a telephone appointment to speak with Attorney Littlejohn and you’ll be treated with the respect you deserve. If you have questions about your case, call today for a free telephone consultation about your case.