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Fort Lauderdale Business Litigation Lawyer

Business Disputes can end up in court. Many companies, however, never think of trial attorneys when they need legal representation for a business dispute. They hire business litigation attorneys who charge by the hour and who may or may not be experienced in the courtroom. Yet the largest business dispute verdicts have been won by trial attorneys.

The success of legal representation depends in large measure on a law firm’s ability to prepare, conduct and collect relevant research in support of salient points of law, and then present these facts in a persuasive, compelling manner. Trial expertise is often the deciding factor in the outcome of a dispute. As trial attorneys, we have the skills and the courtroom experience to succeed when disputes end up in court, but also to help reach resolution before they ever do. We handle business litigation and contract disputes, often against large corporations.

Unlike traditional business litigation attorneys, Kelley/Uustal works on a contingency fee basis. We collect no fee, and we are not reimbursed for any costs, unless we prevail.

We have the resources to go the distance against the largest corporations

If you are in need of an attorney to resolve your business issues, contact us to speak with a business litigation attorney in Ft. Lauderdale today. We are here to answer your questions, explain your rights and help you pursue justice.

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