Most people automatically assume that it’s only necessary to hire an attorney when you file a lawsuit or when there’s one filed against you. However, a litigation lawyer provides more assistance other than representing or defending you in court. Ideally, getting a lawyer’s advice is best even before placing a formal legal action. Settling any form of dispute in the quickest way possible eventually saves you a whole lot of time, effort, and money.


Litigators provide dispute resolution, liability analysis, and overall legal strategy to achieve the results your situation requires. They also determine what services are the best for your case even before you hire them to represent you.


If going to court is inevitable, you’ll find yourself to be either the plaintiff, who’s the one filing the case, or the defendant, who will face a civil or criminal crime accusation. Regardless of whether you’re the plaintiff or defendant in a lawsuit, you must have legal counsel all the time. The following are just some of the few circumstances where you should seek the help of a lawsuit lawyer:

  • Business and commercial-related contentions. These include contract negotiation, construction litigation, real estate arbitration, and oil field litigation.

  • Employment law. Those who will file or face state and federal employment lawsuits involving wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, unfair pay practices, workers’ compensation, civil rights claims, and more.
  • Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights. Lawyers may represent a financial institution or bank to enforce claims for mortgages, leases, rights under security, and mechanic’s liens. They may also help if you are the one filing for litigation due to a lender’s offense involving wrongful repossession, slander of credit, warranty actions, and debt collection harassment.
  • Personal injury claims. You’ll undoubtedly need legal counsel for civil court cases involving physical harm such as vehicular collision, product liability, medical malpractice, and more.
  • Estate administration issues. Let your attorney handle all matters involving the construction or modification of trust and will, the probate of wills, estates administration, and fiduciary duty breaches.


Legal Services in Texas

We understand that all the law’s technicalities can be intimidating, so let our established and reputable litigation team assist you. If you need a litigation lawyer, don’t hesitate to contact Craig, Terrill, Hamm, Grossman & Erwin, LLP’s law office in Lubbock, TX.