Our civil litigation practice focuses on difficult and complex civil cases that need the personal attention of a top trial lawyer. While our objective is always to resolve a civil case to our client’s advantage as quickly as possible, we have learned over decades of experience that being prepared to litigate a civil case all the way to trial is the best way to obtain a great result.
Senior Trial Attorney Page Pate started his career as a civil attorney and gained valuable experience at two of the largest and most prestigious law firms in the United States. His love of trial work led him to start this firm where has continued to develop a national reputation as a skilled litigator and problem solver.
Our attorneys focus on getting the results our clients want, not padding the bills. In fact, our attorneys rarely charge hourly fees. Instead, our law firm offers clients a variety of fee arrangements tailored to their specific needs. We are often available to accept cases on a contingency basis where our clients do not pay any fees in advance and only pay us when we secure the result they want. We always focus on what’s important and we are very effective in getting cases resolved quickly.
Our firm has been listed in U.S. News as a top law firm in Commercial Litigation, and we continue to win serious civil cases through persistence, hard work, and creative trial strategies.
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