Whether your business is involved in a shareholder dispute, is being sued by a disgruntled employee, or experiencing contract or collection issues, litigation can cause your business turmoil. A law suit can seriously affect your organization’s reputation, and alter your bottom line.
In Canada, there are 2.4 million businesses across the country, with more than 889,000 in Ontario alone. If you are a sole proprietor, partnership, or corporation, there will inevitably come a time when you are involved with a legal dispute. Commercial litigation is an important part of protecting businesses, and resolving those issues.
Commercial litigation involves disputes between an individual and a business, or between two businesses. It can be an expensive and stressful process. Commercial litigation is a complex area of law that requires specialized knowledge of this practice area, including trials, filing motions, negotiations, and appeals. Whether you are the plaintiff or the defendant, you need a skilled commercial litigation lawyer to protect your interests and help you obtain a successful resolution to your dispute.
At Mackesy Smye, we work hard to resolve your commercial litigation disputes, and achieve the most desirable outcome possible. We understand what you are going through, and will do our best to end your dispute as quickly and easily as possible.
Depending upon the individual characteristics of your case, your truck accident claim may include funds to compensate for physical pain and suffering, replace lost income and cover the costs of current and anticipated medical treatment or therapy. Some of these benefits may be claimed even if you have been determined to have been at fault.
Mackesy Smye’s team of personal injury experts have the experience to help truck accident victims and their families.
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We’re already sharing the road with self-driving cars. But who’s at fault when they get involved in accidents that cause injuries to other drivers? And can you sue? Read the full article to learn more..Read Article
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