FAQs
What is General Civil Litigation?
General civil litigation is a very broad category of law that covers all disputes that are not criminal, in which a plaintiff seeks monetary damages, or another remedy, against a defendant. The goal of civil law is to make plaintiff whole- to put the plaintiff back in the same position that they were before the defendant committed the wrong.
Law Office of KG, PLLC routinely represents plaintiffs and defendants in negotiation, mediation, and litigation arising out of issues that the client is unable and unqualified to resolve on their own. Whether the dispute arises out of a breach of contract, an insurance contract claim, or deceptive and misleading business practices, our attorneys regularly represent clients in general litigation matters and are available for a free consultation. If you are facing a similar issue, our attorneys are expierinced in and out of the courtroom to properly handle your general law issue. Call Law Office of KG, PLLC for a free meeting today.
What is Personal Injury Law?
Personal injury law, also called torts, are general civil litigation cases in which the plaintiff generally seeks damages for physical, mental, or emotional injury that was caused by the defendant's intent or negligence.
Law Office of KG, PLLC routinely represents plaintiffs and defendants in negotiation, mediation, and litigation arising out of issues that the client is unable and unqualified to resolve on their own. Whether the dispute arises out of injuries sustained in a vehicle accident or out of injuries sustained by a broken or improperly-made product, our attorneys regularly represent clients in general litigation matters and are available for a free consultation. If you are facing a similar issue, our attorneys are experienced in and out of the courtroom to properly handle your general law issue. Call Law Office of KG, PLLC for a free meeting today.
What is Family Law?
Family law is the law that regulates relationships among relatives. Common types of family law cases are: marriage, adoption; child custody, visitation, and support; spousal support; emancipation, divorce, and pre-marital agreements (prenuptial agreements).
Although family law is a branch of civil law, the party that files is called the petitioner, and the party that must answer is called the respondent.