Civil Litigation and Litigators
Civil Litigation refers to basically all contested Court cases that do not involve Criminal Law. The most common Civil Litigation cases are when a plaintiff has sued a defendant for money or to make the defendant do something. The lawyers who work on these cases are called Litigators.
Civil Litigation is a very broad category of the law. It includes Personal Injury cases like claims for Wrongful Death and representing victims injured in Car Wrecks. Other examples are lawsuits based on discrimination, employment or contract disputes.
Daniel Hurst’s Civil Litigation Experience
A great deal of Daniel Hurst’s legal experience is in Civil Litigation. His early legal career dealt with civil litigation by defending health care entities in medical negligence and employment law actions. The bulk of Daniel's legal career has been spent helping victims of personal injury cases, such as auto accidents, trucking accidents, and wrongful death. Daniel's experiences in both defending and bringing negligence claims can be very valuable to help you with any Civil Litigation you may need.
Rebecca Hurst’s Civil Litigation Experience
Rebecca Hurst has experience working with the Civil Litigation section of the United States Attorneys’ Office in Lexington, Kentucky. This opportunity permitted her to learn from some of the best attorneys in federal government. Her experience in Civil Litigation and personal injury cases helps Rebecca provide the best legal representation for her clients.
How We Can Help With Civil Litigation
Hurst & Hurst offers representation for clients with various Civil Litigation needs. We can take plaintiff cases based on a contingent fee or represent defendants for an hourly rate. If you need representation in a Civil matter please contact the attorneys of Hurst & Hurst.