Civil Litigation - Cases Where Mainly Money Is At Stake
If you have a dispute involving a business contract, or an injury or wrong stemming from another's negligence or willful act, that you feel can only be resolved in court, call on the friendly legal staff at the Law Offices of Charles Novins, Esquire, P.C.
We work with clients to achieve satisfactory settlements in civil cases. In situations where a settlement cannot be reached, attorney Charles Novins utilizes his extensive trial experience to make a positive impact on your case.
The only cases we may turn away - for obvious good reasons - are those which are specialized in their topic. No superfund or casino-law matters appear on our docket. As with your medical needs, an area of specialized law is best handled by an attorney who is expert in that narrow area. Again, it is as important for us to turn away some clients as it is to effectively serve others.
But car accidents, work accidents, insurance claims, business or contract disagreements, and any other regular-folk disagreement which is either about money itself, or can be solved by payment of money, should be evaluated by an experienced attorney and pursued professionally - and this is well within our expertise. The evaluation costs you nothing, just explain the situation to us and we'll give you the verdict as to whether you have a case.
(Family law matters are "civil" in nature, and are among our core specialties, but they serve vastly different purposes and goals. You want to "win" an ordinary civil claim; if the other side owes you money as a matter of fact, the proper outcome is that they should pay every dime. Family Law is fundamentally different, so much so that one side scoring a total "win" would be generally considered a terrible failure of the system.)
We also represent individuals who must appear in court for municipal violations such as speeding or serious driving infractions. Municipal court also is the forum for lesser infractions, such as assaults, violations such as illegal dumping or public disorder, and almost anything else that's of local concern and does not implicate major crimes or vast financial disputes.
While this category may have a loss of license in the mix, it's still all about money - after all, if you could afford to have a driver, you'd likely have one, right? It's not loss of freedom, as is common with criminal law and its associated prison possibilities, and is instead mostly about money The exception is New Jersey's notorious drunk driving laws, where repeat offenders go to jail even if a judge would prefer not, and the game is so rigged that winning your case is rarely possible anymore.
That noted, if you are facing a license suspension, revocation, or if you fear another ticket will raise your insurance rates too high, call our offices today at 732-341-4077. Contact us today.
- Car Accidents
- Work Accidents
- Insurance Claims
- Contract Disputes
- Drunk Driving
- Assault and Battery
- Illegal Dumping
- Disorderly Person
- Civil Litigation