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Which Lawyer Do You Want?

Trial lawyers vs. litigators: what’s the difference? This is an important question because your choice of attorney could greatly impact the outcome of your case. Choosing a lawyer is a very personal decision, and it is vital to learn as much as possible about your prospective attorney and law firm: their education, experience, and reputation with peers and judges.
Litigation lawyers and trial lawyers bring different skills to a legal case. Understanding the differences between the two can help you make an informed choice when you need to hire a lawyer.

What are Litigation Lawyers?

Litigation lawyers handle all of the work that happens outside of a trial. They file lawsuits, gather evidence, conduct legal research, meet with clients, and file and argue motions. Litigators often encourage mediation as a means of achieving an out-of-court settlement.

We Are Trial Lawyers?

A trial lawyer’s strength lies in his or her ability to present a case in front of a judge and jury. Trial attorneys make opening and closing statements, ask questions of witnesses, and present evidence. They are persuasive and fierce. The best trial lawyers are cut from a different cloth than litigators. Where litigators tend to shy away from a courtroom, trial lawyers thrive in them.

Which Lawyer is best for you?

Not all cases go to trial; in fact, few do. Although it is possible for litigation lawyers in Houston to also be trial lawyers, it is by no means assured. The question you must ask is whether you’re willing to take that chance? The full potential and maximum compensation of a case will only be realized if the lawyer is prepared and willing to go to battle on behalf of the client.

At Zar Law, PLLC, we are trial lawyers. We are tough and relentless when it comes to the well being of our clients. We always encourage our clients to resolve their cases without the burden of a trial; however, we know the courtroom well and are fully prepared to go to the mat for you and fight for every dollar you and your family deserve.

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