Find a civil litigation law firm in Mississauga
Whether you’re looking to file a suit against someone or someone has filed a case against you, it’s crucial to secure quality representation to ensure the best outcome for you. Tarunjeet Gujral operates a civil litigation law firm for individuals and businesses in the Mississauga area, and he can help you throughout the entire process of your civil suit.
Negotiating out of court
Most civil disputes can be settled out of court, but without an expert by your side, it can be difficult to determine whether or not a settlement is fair to you. Ideally, you’ll hire an attorney before you file a complaint or as soon as someone brings one against you. Mr. Gujral will work with you to determine the merits of your case and help you manage your expectations about all the possible outcomes, as well as evaluate the quality of a settlement.
In many cases, civil litigation suits are emotionally challenging, and it can be hard to approach them logically without outside help. Mr. Gujral will bring a level head to your case and help you throughout the discovery period to find as much information as possible to support your case and use it to leverage a better settlement and avoid going to court if possible.
Representation in court
Civil cases are often drawn out for months and sometimes years, and if you miss a crucial deadline or make a mistake on your paperwork, the process will become even more difficult. Mr. Gujral will take charge of your case and ensure you have everything you need ready for each deadline, and we’ll handle the court proceedings for you. He will outline every possible strategy the other party may use and prepare you for how to handle questions during your entire court process.
Going into a civil trial, unprepared can leave you and your assets vulnerable, and if you’re confused about the proceedings, things will rarely work out in your favor. Clients in the Mississauga area seeking a “civil litigation lawyer near me” can contact our office today at (647) 957-8077 to schedule a consultation.Back to Civil Litigation Page