September 22, 2013
When you are engaged in a dispute you need to lodge a case in order to preserve your rights. However, is it worth even pursuing your case? In other words, do you have a good enough case that justifies paying court and lawyers’ fees, and undertaking the required effort?
When you make a decision to lodge a case there are a few points to be considered. First, we need to evaluate the legal position. This shall depend on:
After making a good evaluation and determining there is a good chance of receiving what is claimed, we must evaluate the chances of the judgment being executed and collection of what was awarded. This shall depend on:
In both evaluations – winning and execution evaluations- there must be a good channel of communication between the plaintiff, which is the client, and his lawyer.