Civil Litigation FAQ
Answers to Common Questions About Lawsuits
What areas of civil litigation does your firm handle?
The Orange County
civil litigation lawyers at The Law Office of Bruce C. Bridgman can assist you in many
areas of civil and business law, including the following:
What can I do if I am involved in a business dispute?
It might seem like there isn’t a possible solution in some business
disagreements. When one or more of the entities involved in a business
can’t come to an agreement on a vital area or topic involved with
the business, sometimes the only recourse is civil action. With the help
of an experienced attorney, you could greatly enhance your chances of
receiving the outcome that you desire.
Can I sue if a contractor doesn’t live up to his end of the agreement?
While it is impossible to tell you whether you have a case without speaking
with you and hearing your situation, it is important for you to know that
the California legal system is in place to protect you. If you utilize
the system properly, you have a much greater chance of getting what you
need from your contractor.
I am having an issue with some real estate I am trying to purchase. Can
you help me?
Questions and issues involving real estate and the pertinent laws can
seem very confusing. Mr. Bridgman and his legal team have the extensive
experience and invaluable knowledge of real estate law in California that
you need when you are having a real estate dispute. No matter what your
situation involves, you can count on Mr. Bridgman to provide you with
the assistance you need.
What is business/commercial law?
The laws surrounding businesses, formation of businesses and other aspects
such as banking, finances, business sales, transactions, mergers, business
planning and other areas constitute business law. Though seemingly confusing
and difficult to understand, an experienced attorney can assist you with
many areas of business law and commercial law.
Contact an Orange County civil litigation lawyer
at The Law Office of Bruce C. Bridgman today to discuss your civil dispute