Basinger Leggett has extensive experience in representing clients in many areas of litigation. With big firm experience but being a small firm, we offer a focus on efficiency and responsiveness to provide clients with the client service they deserve. Experienced and well-credentialed, we can give substantive, practical, and meaningful advice based on real world experiences and real world results.
Our broad range of experience includes representing clients in disputes in matters involving:
We evaluate resolution options early and often, and we are comfortable with aggressively pursuing all aspects of litigation should an agreed resolution not be possible. In the area of litigation, our attorneys have extensive trial experience and can represent clients through trial strategy, trial prep, litigation and any follow up representation that is needed.
In any dispute there is a desired end and outcome for both parties. Basinger Leggett attorneys work with clients in certain circumstances to reach a settlement and outcome that both parties can find agreeable. This can work favorably in preventing the costly process and uncertain outcomes of litigation and trials.
Alternatives to Litigation
There are many options to resolving disputes now that do not involve litigation. Some clients choose to select mandatory arbitration clauses in their agreements to provide for arbitration of disputes versus litigation and trials. Mediation and negotiations are other methods commonly used now to try and reach amicable settlements.
In all of our work with clients in drafting contracts, negotiations and general corporate and real estate work, we strive to assist the client in every way possible to prevent litigation. Litgiation can be costly and time consuming so proper preparation on the front end and managing matters in a way that can assist in preventing litigation is a hallmark of our counsel we provide to clients.
When someone wants to work to overturn a decision we work tirelessly to assist clients in their appeal in either state or federal courts.