What Is a Litigation Attorney?

Have you ever wondered the difference between a litigation attorney compared to an attorney? Joe Ranni, Esq. of Ranni Law Firm PLLC answers the following questions about the difference and how it affects you. Here are other answered questions: Is there a difference between a litigator and a regular  attorney? Which types of cases can be litigated when it comes to the elderly and disabled? Do you represent interests in legal actions they take or is it when filed against them? Is a pre-litigation attorney the same thing? Can you represent yourself if someone is litigating against you? If the parties settle the claim, can attorney force to litigate? What type of litigation case is most common for attorneys in elder and disability care? What percentage of attorneys are litigators? Most, half, some, all? What do you need to prepare when meeting a litigation attorney?

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