Marc Thomas Valentine Represents Non-Criminal Disputes

Trust Marc Thomas Valentine to Win Your Civil Litigation Case

When two or more parties become entangled in a legal dispute seeking money or another specific performance, civil litigation is the result rather than criminal sanctions. They will head to court, where a judge or jury can decide the matter. Marc Thomas Valentine will represent you in pretrial hearings, depositions, or arbitration and mediation.
Marc Thomas Valentine in Somerset, PA represents clients in civil litigation cases

Representing Our Clients in Many Civil Litigation Cases

Marc Thomas Valentine has handled and won a number of different civil litigation cases in Pennsylvania. Whether it is personal civil litigation or business-related, we have the knowledge and experience to win your case. Here are some types of civil litigation we have represented:
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Personal injury claims
  • Real estate lawsuits
  • Workers' compensation
  • Contracts
  • Medical malpractice
  • Anti-trust litigation
  • Divorce

Preparing For Court But Working Toward Settlement

Most of our civil litigation cases settle out of court without a trial, but Marc Thomas Valentine has found that the best way to get the best settlement for our clients is to prepare a case as if it is gong to trial. We prepare you for your day in court, but we also work toward developing a strategy for possible settlement alternatives. If we cannot settle out of court, then we will be fully prepared to present the case in front of a judge.
Marc Thomas Valentine in Somerset, PA is an honest lawyer who will give you individual attention

Honest Lawyers Giving You Great Individual Attention

When you retain Marc Thomas Valentine as your litigator, we will give you the individual attention the case deserves and the high quality of service our clients have come to expect from us, but we will make all efforts to save you money in litigation costs. Our honest, experienced lawyers will answer your questions and strive to achieve the ultimate goal of the case, which is, of course, victory.