Luczynski Law Firm

Lawyers you’ll swear by. Not at.

How many personal injury attorneys does it take to change a light bulb?

Three - one to turn the bulb, one to shake him off the ladder, and the third to sue the ladder company.

What types of cases do take?

Civili court cases; Lawsuits for Property disputes, Contract Issues, Divorce, Personal injury. We deal with Compensatory and Punitive damages.

The First Step

If you are suing someone your lawyer will file a complaint stating that you are the Plaintiff and who the defendant is, the person you are suing, and describing the lawsuit.


If you are the defendant in a case your lawyer will answer to the complaint.


Together, the complaint and the defendants answer make up the pleading

Pretrial Conference

This is a meeting with the judge and lawyers to discuss what matters will be presented to the jury, to review evidence and witnesses, to set a timetable, and to discuss the settlement of the case.

Summons

This is the announced date that you are summoned and must either appear in court, or respond in writing to the court or the opposing party.

Don't want to go to trial?

Mediation is a process that can help reach an agreement through the use of a neutral person trained in problem solving instead of going to trial. This generally happens with cases where someone is suing for money, such as a personal injury.


Arbitration is like a trial but less formal, Instead of a decision being made by a judge or jury, an arbitrator hears the evidence and makes a decision. Like a judge, they makes rulings on motions and decide the order in which witnesses appear and the testimony they give. Like a jury after hearing the evidence, they decide the verdict and what the result will be.

What happens during your trial

A judge or jury examines the evidence to decide whether, by a preponderance of the evidence, if the defendant should be held legally responsible or not.


A trial is the plaintiff's opportunity to argue their case.

It's also the defendant's chance to disprove the plaintiff's case, and to offer their own evidence related to the case.

Appeals

If you're not happy with the outcome of your case you have the right to appeal to the courts of appeals. They look over your case and decide if the verdict was fair or not, they do not decide how is guilty or innocent, if they think your trial was unfair they will send it back to the other courts for a retrial.

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800-252-9937


Hours:

Monday-Thursday: 8 am - 5 pm

Friday: 8 am - 4 pm

Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm

Sunday: Closed