Civil Litigation

At Herbert & Lux, we take pride in representing the hardworking men and women of our community. Our dedicated team isn’t satisfied until we have reached the best possible outcome for each one of our clients.

Regardless of the type of case you have, or the litigation you require, you can rest assured that our talented team of top civil litigation attorneys will work tirelessly as an advocate for you. Our highly skilled and seasoned lawyers know the law, and they know your rights – Let our team represent you in the court of law today.

What is a Civil Lawsuit?

When a dispute arises between two individuals, businesses or government entities, a civil lawsuit may be in order. These types of conflicts are typically resolved before the courts in Nashville. The two parties can resolve their case and reach a settlement at any point before the case reaches trial.

Our firm has years of experience resolving all manners of civil lawsuits, including:

  • Personal injury
  • Divorce
  • Breach of contract
  • Business formation (incorporations, limited liability companies, etc.)
  • Real estate litigation
  • Business litigation

Regardless of the type of litigation you require, our firm has the experience you need. At Herbert & Lux, you can rest assured that you’ll have a strong advocate in your corner that’s capable of securing the best possible outcome for you.

We pride ourselves on resolving many of our cases amicably before a trial is necessary. Our proactive approach to litigation helps keep our client’s costs low while ensuring that they receive the most positive outcome given the circumstances of their case.

Despite our experience in resolving cases quickly through arbitration, mediation, or settlements, we’re also not afraid to take our client’s cases to trial if that’s what’s required to achieve a positive outcome.

How We Can Help

If you find yourself as a party to a contentious legal dispute, the proceedings can be overwhelming. Without the elite representation you need, it can be easy to find yourself in a less than ideal situation with regards to your case.

The last thing you can afford is being placed in a situation where you’re unsure of your rights and what you’re entitled to. A civil litigation attorney will review your case, inform you of your rights in the situation, and keep you up to date on the status of your case throughout the process.

Our team of seasoned civil litigation lawyers will be able to adapt to any changes in the case and provide you with the legal representation you need throughout the entirety of the case.

Secure a Top Civil Litigation Lawyer Today

Don’t go at it alone let our team of talented civil litigation lawyers provide you with the legal assistance you need today and the you outcome deserve.

No one likes being involved in a legal conflict. By securing a top civil litigation lawyer from Herbert & Lux, you’ll be able to get back to living your life while our talented team handles your case, and acts as a strong advocate on your behalf.

We also offer free consultations, so please don’t wait to contact our firm.

Why Choose Us

  • Our team is available to take your call 24/7 – day or night
  • Our attorneys have worked on the other side of the courtroom
  • Our lawyers have hundreds of hours of trial experience
  • We are aggressive and honest in our pursuit to uphold your rights
  • Our firm has successfully negotiated settlements and achieved positive results for our clients who have suffered injuries through no fault of their own
  • We will review your case for FREE in an initial consultation
  • We are a devoted and highly rated team of professional advocates

Let’s Get Started Today

Do not wait any longer – we can start reviewing your case. Send us a quick email and we’ll get back to you shortly.

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Herbert & Lux
Nashville Criminal Defense Attorneys


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