Newark Civil Litigation Lawyers

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Litigation Lawyers in Newark

Civil Litigation in Newark, New Jersey is the primary means of resolving legal disputes that are not criminal in nature. A court of law determines the merits of each side's respective positions, and ultimately issues a ruling on the case. Civil litigation can be between private parties, government entities, and any combination of the two.

Courts in Newark, New Jersey do not use civil litigation as a means to punish people for their wrongdoing, or to deter future bad acts.

Instead, civil litigation in Newark, New Jersey primarily concerns itself with forcing the defendant, if they're found to be liable, to compensate the victim for the harm caused by their wrongdoing. This compensation almost always comes in the form of money, but it can also come in the form of a court order, compelling the defendant to do something, or stop doing something.

Common subjects of civil litigation in Newark, New Jersey

Virtually anything can be the subject of civil litigation in Newark, New Jersey. After all, a legal wrong can be committed in just about any example imaginable. But, relatively few areas give rise to civil litigation most often in Newark, New Jersey.

Employment: Employers and employees in Newark, New Jersey have an unique relationship. It can be a major source of friction. When disputes involving wages, discrimination, or on-the-job injuries arise, civil litigation is a very strong possibility if the parties cannot resolve their disagreement amicably.

Personal Injury: When someone is harmed due to the negligence (carelessness) of another, they typically have a legal right to seek compensation for their injuries. Civil litigation in Newark, New Jersey is the normally how people seek compensation for physical injuries, including compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and similar losses.

Family: Family relations in Newark, New Jersey can be a source of serious friction, as you may already know. The most serious disputes normally come up during and after a divorce, and often involve disagreements over the distribution of marital property, child custody, and child or spousal support.

How Can a Newark, New Jersey Lawyer Help?

Civil litigation in Newark, New Jersey can get very confusing, and emotions can run high throughout the process. Furthermore, individuals are often faced with civil litigation when they least expect it.

Accordingly, it's a good idea to at least talk with a Newark, New Jersey civil litigation attorney if you think that you might be involved in civil litigation in the near future.

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Life in Newark

Newark is a massive city. To give you an idea how massive, "The Brick City" is the largest in all of New Jersey and at a short distance of 8 miles from Manhattan, it's an ideal place for many New York professionals to call home. Port Newark is on Newark Bay along the Atlantic Ocean and is the largest port on the East Coast. The Port of Newark offers the most rail facilities, biggest cranes, and wide deep docking. It serves as the location for shipping nearly all New York containers. Newark's skyline shows what industrious city it is. Newark is home to the headquarters of Prudential Financial, Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Jersey, New Jersey Transit, and the Public Service Enterprise Group PSEG are headquartered in downtown Newark.

Newark plays host to some of the nation's best universities and schools. The New Jersey Institute of Technology has educated NASA aerospace engineers to National Technical Medal of Technology winners. Rutgers University is located in Newark and has been consistently voted as one of the top business and graduate school in the United States. The city and local colleges draw outstanding talent for the New Jersey Performing Arts Center that is just adjacent to Military Park, a 6 acre green space with the well known "Wars of America" statue on display. You may also remember Brick City which was aired as a five part documentary on the Sundance Channel in 2009. The second installment comes in 2011. The documentary revolved around Newark's leaps and bounds to improve the safety and corruption of the past.

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