Have you received a Complaint or Demand Letter in the Mail? Have you been unjustly or unfairly taken advantage of in a Business or Land Deal? Have you been injured in a Car Accident?

The Nunzio Law Firm handles Contact Disputes, Personal Injuries and other Torts, and Property disputes. The Nunzio Law Firm understands that Civil Litigation can be long and frustrating for most clients - but we are here for you every step of the way. We have successfully tried cases and won at the trial level, as well as successfully negotiated settlements for our clients.

Contract Disputes

Are you having issues with a person or company that you’ve entered into a business transaction with? Did you not get paid after working on a job? Or did the other party not complete the job? The Nunzio Law Firm understands that these situations can be very frustrating. Let our practice be your solution. We will help you solve your business or other contractual dispute today. Call The Nunzio Law Firm for a free consultation today at (616) 336-8100.

Tort Law

Have you been injured? Has someone intentionally harmed you? Have you been in a car accident? The Nunzio Law Firm handles a variety of personal injury and other tort claims. Call The Nunzio Law Firm for a Free Consultation today at (616) 336-8100.

Property Law

Having issues closing on your home? Or have a boundary dispute with your neighbor? Our practice is your solution. Call The Nunzio Law Firm today for a free consultation at (616) 336-8100.

A Snapshot of the Civil System

The Civil System tends to feel like the slowest legal system. The Civil system can be broken down into three categories: Pleading; Pretrial; and Trial. Pleading: First, the complaining party drafts and files a complaint. With that complaint, a process server or any person over 18 “serves” the Defendant with a summons and complaint. The Defendant then must answer the complaint within a number of days to avoid a default judgment. After the Defendant answers, the Plaintiff may respond. Pretrial: From there, the Court sets the timeline for discovery, motions, sometimes required mediation. Trial: Lastly, the Court’s scheduling order includes the trial date.

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