How Long Does a Lawsuit Take?
The answer greatly depends on your case. The firm has no control over how long any particular case will take. Typically, uncomplicated civil lawsuits in a fast-track jurisdiction take about a year to resolve after the initial filing.
Complex matters and courts that do not employ fast-track scheduling may take considerably longer. The delay or stalling tactics of the opposing party may also affect the length of certain matters.
You can be confident, however, that the firm will work to advance its clients' cases as expeditiously as possible within the confines of the court process. We believe that "justice delayed is justice denied."