Posted by acosap in legal issuesAug 8th, 2009 | 2 responses
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I just got back from San Francisco to Kansas City (tax thing) and it is time to post anew: At it’s very center, lawsuit is basically a legal action on the civil side of the justice and court system brought to bear. That is the short version or the definition in a nutshell. To break it down further, 1 “party”, the plaintiff in the case in question is suing the other party, or defendent in the case in question for cash or other damages.
Of course, the word “party” in this sense may include people or an entity.
Oh by the way, should you need a good San Francisco injury attorney
I can endorse this one who also dos wrongful death cases. I am not sure if he does tax cases though. In addition to all of this, the lawsuits do differ from one another in that in some particular instances they involve an individual action to “enjoin” (which is a law related term which rouphly translates as ‘halt’) a party from doing a specified action such as picketing a meeting, for example. Having said that, though, a Lawsuit is not really something which is inexpensive.
In fact, significant Funding is often mandated should you wish to proceed with one. On the whole, the issues of litigation funding and also lawsuit funding are huge issues right now, especially considering the credit crunch we are in and the generally touph global economic times and recession going on in the world right now. Switching gears for a moment if you are in Seattle or Bellevue, Washington and require a leading Kansas City tax lawyer
then allow me to give a plug to Mr. Siegel as he is a leading workers comp lawyer as well a first rate tax attorney over there in Kansas City.
As a hint, try all other funding sources like financial institutions, loans, etc. since if available, the said funding from these sources could possibly be less, even though obtaining a non- recourse advance from a Lawsuit Funding Source is not necessarily considered to be a loan necessarily. Ultimately, If you have exhausted all other of the various funding sources and you wish to receive an advance right now in exchange for a percentage of the proceeds from your lawsuit only than should you consider these certain options overall, in my humble opinion.