Litigation Law

Litigation LAW

Many people will be involved in a legal dispute at some point in their lives—a breached contract or agreement, a problem with insurance, employment issues, wills questions, injuries, and real estate disputes to name a few. Velletta & Company offers legal representation at all levels of court in Canada. As a matter of right, parties are entitled to have their disputes resolved before the courts. Our goal is to cost-effectively resolve clients’ civil disputes.

Resolving a person’s dispute may include negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and when necessary, as a last resort, trial. Today’s lawyer has many new tools for resolving disputes that did not exist in the past; these tools are sophisticated, modern, and effective methods that are suit today’s financial and temporal realities. Our ability to act quickly, efficiently, and with a thorough understanding of the law and facts, has resulted in a high level of success for our clients. In many cases, we are able to meet our clients’ needs with creative solutions for the cost of litigation including contingent (%) fees, where we are paid for our services based on the amount recovered for our client.

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