Deciding whether or not to file a lawsuit involves more than answering “yes” to whether you have been wronged. Many other factors must be considered before you pull the litigation-trigger. For starters, how much money are your really out because of someone's wrongful action? How much money do you have that you are willing to put into fighting a legal battle? How much time and energy do you really have available to commit to litigation? How much time and energy does your family have available to commit? What are your goals? What are the risks? Is there a solution other than litigation that could meet your goal?
It is natural that you would be really angry shortly after being wronged. But, jumping head-first into lawsuit may not be the best option. Your frustrations caused by someone else doing you wrong will not go away just because your find an attorney willing to file a lawsuit. It may be that such an attorney wants your more than they want to help you resolve your situation.
Litigation is intrusive, time consuming, expensive, and unpredictable. And, it may not be the answer you are really looking for.
Get help deciding whether pursuing a lawsuit is the best thing for you. There are other options. Contact the attorneys at Jones & Swartz PLLC today to discuss what options may be the most productive for your end goals.