Pennsylvania Civil Litigation Attorneys

Filing a Civil Lawsuit in Berks County

Lawsuits are time consuming and can have serious financial and emotional repercussions. If you are involved in a legal dispute and have been unable to resolve your differences, the experienced and understanding civil litigation attorneys at Ebner, Nevins & McAllister are able to help. We can aggressively and effectively negotiate successful outcomes on your behalf. If litigation becomes necessary, we will act quickly to protect your rights and achieve the results that you need.

Experienced Civil Litigation Attorneys Handling Landlord Tenant Cases & Contract Disputes

The attorneys at Ebner, Nevins & McAllister have successfully represented clients involved in landlord / tenant disputes and contract disputes. All landlord / tenant cases are initiated in one Berks County’s 18 district courts. The cases are heard and decided by a Berks County Magisterial District Judge. Additionally, many other types of civil cases are initiated at the district court level. Although parties and litigants often attempt to represent themselves in these cases, we find that the old saying "a man who represents himself has a fool for a client" typically holds true. Only a skilled and experienced attorney can provide the full range representation required to achieve the best outcome in your case.

Avoid a Default Judgment – Never Ignore Legal Paperwork & Service of Process

Deadlines are extremely important in legal matters. If you are served with a lawsuit or otherwise named as a defendant in some sort of civil action, you only have a limited amount of time to respond. Failure to file an answer or a notice to defend may result in what is known as a “default judgment”, which means that the plaintiff automatically wins the case. If you are served with any type of legal notice, seek the advice of an attorney as soon as possible.

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