Getting the Legal Advice That You Need May Help You in the Long Run

Written by Wall Street News on December 4, 2017. Posted in Complex commercial disputes, Judge stephen m. orlofsky, Securities litigation

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Finding the right legal representative when you are facing a challenge can sometimes be a challenge. Whether you are facing contract disputes or you are looking for someone to help you understand Medicare fraud cases, finding the right legal advice is often a good idea. From commercial litigation to intellectual property law, finding a legal team that can help you understand the options that are available may assist you in making decisions that will impact your future.
Too often, people who are facing legal challenges are completely overwhelmed. Rather than looking for an attorney or a legal team that can provide advice that might be helpful, too many people simply sign agreements and legal documents that might limit the future resources that might be available. In the case of contract disputes, for instance, if you are the owner of a small company you may be intimidated by the legal team of a bigger firm or customer. If you take the time to get legal advice, however, you might find that you have more options than you might have imagined.
Consider some of these facts about the many times when Americans find themselves in need of legal advice:

  • Lingering health conditions put people in compromising situations. In fact, the county could save approximately 5,000 lives a year and prevent thousands of cases of heart and respiratory disease by reducing industrial plant toxic air pollution.
  • 40% of Americans are worried about outdoor and indoor air quality, carbon emissions, tropospheric ozone, particulate matter, sulfur oxides, radon, volatile organic compounds, refrigerants, and methane emission.
  • More than 33% of all counties in the lower 48 states will face higher risks of water shortages by the middle of the century as a result of global warming.
  • 11.5% of federal civil cases in the year 1962 went to trial. Today, however, experts say the percentage of civil cases that actually reach trial in the Federal courts is only an estimated 1%.
  • 90% of all Chapter 11 debtors have less than $10 million in liabilities or assets, less than $10 million in annual revenues, and 50 or fewer employees.

When was the last time that you faced a difficult situation? If it was a situation where you found yourself wondering about different legal questions, you might decide that consulting with a legal representative can help you consider all of the available options.

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