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How a Trial Specialist Could Help You Prevail in Litigation

If your company becomes involved in litigation as either a plaintiff or as a defendant, it is very important that you contact a trial specialist as soon as possible. Hiring a trial specialist can help you to ensure that you take the necessary steps to maximize the chances of a positive outcome.  trial attorney

Litigation can affect your company in profound ways moving forward, whether you win or lose. You want to make sure you are resolving disputes in the right way given the nature of the conflict and that you are as prepared as possible to argue for a resolution in your favor.

The trial Specialists at Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can provide the personalized help and assistance that you need to maximize your chances of prevailing and getting a positive outcome to any disputes your company has become involved in.

How a Trial Specialist Can Help You Prevail in Litigation

A trial attorney can provide you with help in many important ways as you respond to a dispute and prepare for possible litigation. An attorney can help you to:

  • Negotiate an out-of-court settlement: Many companies prefer to avoid actually having to litigate disputes. It can often be more cost-effective to settle and can potentially spare negative publicity that could come with a court case and hurt your brand.
  • Explore alternative dispute resolution options: If you cannot negotiate a settlement on your own, alternative methods of resolving a dispute such as arbitration or mediation could potentially be a better approach than litigation. This is especially true in circumstances where you want to ensure that you preserve relationships with the person who you are involved in a dispute with. For example, you may prefer to resolve a conflict with a business partner through mediation, which is less adversarial, so you can preserve the relationship.
  • Prepare for trial: If you are going to need to resolve your dispute in court, a trial attorney can help you to prepare your case. This can involve taking depositions and sending interrogatories, which are written questions to witnesses. An attorney can help you to prepare documents that you must turn over during the discovery process in civil litigation and can also provide assistance in making discovery requests. And, an attorney can help you to develop a trial strategy, find expert witnesses, make appropriate motions to the court, and otherwise get ready to make the strongest case possible
  • Present your case in court. It takes an experienced trial attorney to understand how to comply with the rules of evidence, present material in an informative and engaging way, and make sure the jury understands your case so you can have the best chance of prevailing when you are actually in court.

Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can assist with all of these issues and can also help you in other ways that are specific to meet your needs.

Getting Help from a Trial Attorney

A trial attorney at Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can provide personalized one-on-one assistance and support if your company has decided to sue some other person, agency, or organization. We can also provide help and advocacy if you have been named as a defendant in a lawsuit and you must defend your organization.

The sooner you can get a trial attorney involved in your case so you can begin working on fighting for a positive outcome, the more likely it is you will be able to put together the strong claim necessary to prevail — and the more likely it is that your attorney will be able to help you to negotiate an out-of-court resolution so the case does not actually have to progress to the trial phase.

To find out more about how Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can help you whether you are the plaintiff or the defendant in a civil lawsuit, give us a call at (866)237-8129 or contact us online today.