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Civil litigation is a general term that describes non-criminal legal matters. It could be between a worker and their employer or a landlord and their tenant, to name a few examples. At Bryant & Associates, serving State College, Millheim, and the surrounding Pennsylvania areas, we assist in these matters.
Landlord/ Tenant Disputes
Landlords and tenants may have a legally binding contract, but sometimes, issues arise on either side. For instance, a person could have placed a large deposit down, and now the landlord doesn’t want to pay out for a seemingly illogical reason. And these are merely some cases, and we can fight for either the landlord or the tenant.
In Pennsylvania, you’re entitled to worker’s compensation if you were injured on the job, particularly if you missed seven days of work or longer. Besides pay, you might also be entitled to compensation for your medical claims, attorney fees, etc.
Sometimes, the employer isn’t willing to admit fault and payout on the claim. That’s when an attorney can help you to get what you deserve.
A contract is a legally binding agreement intended to protect the contracting parties. Sometimes, issues arise, and one party is in breach of contract. In this case, we can analyze the contract, determine your legal rights, and address the problem. Before it, drafting a solid agreement could be the best defense in a breach of contract issue.
Property disputes are the most common type of civil lawsuit in the United States. They can occur between homeowners, renters, or business owners and involve questions about ownership, property access, or other personal property issues.
Personal injury refers to any physical harm or property damage caused by another person’s negligence or wrongful conduct. It can also include emotional distress and mental anguish.