In Texas, civil litigation comes in two forms: uncontested and contested. In an uncontested litigation case, the disputing parties agree on the outcome but go to court to make their agreement binding. In a contested litigation case, however, the parties go to court because they can't agree on the outcome. No matter which situation applies to you, know that Landon H. Thompson, P.C. has your back.
Attorney Thompson recently expanded his practice and is now offering civil litigation services with The Law Office of John Meazell. Call 254-442-3800 today to learn more.
Civil litigation can be confusing, which is why it's crucial to hire an experienced attorney. Landon H. Thompson, P.C. will walk you through the process, which includes:
Pretrial: Attorney Thompson will gather evidence supporting your claim, as well as interview eyewitnesses and experts.
Trial: Attorney Thompson will present your case before the judge or jury, cross-examine witnesses and prepare a closing argument. At this time, the judge or jury will reach a verdict.
Post trial: Attorney Thompson can file a motion to appeal the judge's or jury's decision. This step only applies in certain circumstances, so contact Landon H. Thompson, P.C. to find out if your case qualifies.
Have questions about the civil litigation process? Ready to retain a litigation attorney? Contact Landon H. Thompson, P.C. today.