Se Habla Español
Consulta Gratis
Haga Clic Aquí

Civil Litigation Attorney Serving McKinney & All Collin County

Whether you need assistance to right a wrong or defend yourself against a civil claim, finding expert help is essential. If you are facing a claim or thinking about making one, hiring an attorney with a strong knowledge of the most common Texas civil law and cases is the surest way to protect your interests.

McKinney Civil Litigation Attorney

At Lucé Evans Law, we have a strong background in civil litigation, and we are committed to helping every client win a fair outcome. We believe that access to the legal system is a right each person should have regardless of their ability to pay. We will do everything possible to assist you in your case including advancing filing fees, free advice, and taking cases on a contingency fee basis. Let our civil litigation attorneys help you today.

Areas Our Attorneys Handle

As experts in business and personal civil litigation, our attorneys are prepared to take on cases in all of the following areas:

If you have suffered because of negligence, deceit, or other misconduct by another party, we can help you seek justice. If you are in danger of financial loss and reputational damage because of claims someone else has made, we can help you protect yourself or your business.

Civil Litigation Attorneys You Can Count On

Civil litigation can be stressful, emotionally draining, and the stakes are often high. At Lucé Evans Law, we’re committed to supporting you every step of the way. We have a strong background in business law, including regulatory compliance, breach of contract, employment litigation, non-disclosure, non-compete disputes, intellectual property, and copyright law. Our attorneys also offer expertise in other realms of Texas civil law, including personal injury, wrongful death, and family law.

You can trust us to work relentlessly to win you the most favorable outcome possible. We serve as powerful advocates for those who need it most, children and the elderly. No matter who you are, we treat every person like our most important client and every case like our top priority. We will put all of our effort and expertise into every step of resolving your claim, from the initial investigation to the eventual trial or appeal.

How does a civil lawsuit begin?

A civil lawsuit starts with one party filing paperwork with the court. When you have been damaged due to the actions or inactions of the other party, you will make a request of the court to order the other party to pay you damages. Depending on the facts of your case, your damages may be for property, personal injuries, or in some cases, punitive in nature. The way most people start the process is by first speaking with a civil litigation attorney. The attorney will discuss your case with you, the legal process, and file all the paperwork for you. Typically an attorney will send a demand letter first, to attempt to resolve the issue outside of court. If the other party does not agree to settle, then you should go through the civil court system to receive proper compensation. Once you file the suit with the court, the papers will be served on the other party and your lawsuit has begun.

How long will it take to resolve my civil lawsuit?

The amount of time it takes to settle a civil lawsuit can vary. Sometimes lawsuits settle rather quickly, in a few short weeks or months. However, some lawsuits may take multiple months, or even years, to resolve. If your case has a lot of parties, or the subject matter is complex, there may be delays in the court process. To get an accurate idea on how long your lawsuit can take, you should always talk with your attorney. They may be able to provide you with a more precise timeline depending on the particular facts in your case.

Is there a deadline for filing a lawsuit in civil court?

Yes. These are called statute of limitations and are a time limit for how long you can wait until you file a lawsuit. The statute of limitations varies depending on the type of lawsuit you are filing. If you fail to file your lawsuit within the applicable statute of limitations, then you may be barred from bringing your case into court. It is crucial that you speak with a lawyer right away if you are contemplating filing a lawsuit. The clock starts to tick from the moment you were damaged. While one or two years seems like a long time, your attorney needs that crucial time to gather information and put together a strong motion to file in court. Bottom line, don’t wait and contact an attorney immediately.

Consult With an Attorney Today

If you have any questions about your legal options, our areas of practice, or other aspects of civil litigation, please Contact Lucé Evans Law today online or call us at (972) 632-1300. We will be happy to schedule a free consultation to discuss your particular situation and your options.

Request a Free Legal Consultation

Need legal help? Lucé Evans Law is here to answer your legal questions. Simply complete this form and a member of our legal team will be in touch right away.