If you have a pending lawsuit, you should have a litigation attorney. This will be the type of attorney with the expertise that you need for the representation needed for your situation. Litigation attorney jobs include but are not limited to:
A personal injury attorney is required when an accident or injury is caused by a third party. This type of attorney will help you claim funds for psychological and physical injuries or damages. A person can claim retribution or monetary compensation other form of compensation from the third parties such as organizations, municipal authorities or common people. Government agencies are not exempt from law suits of this nature.
Litigation includes every practice area, and specialty practice areas, such as Bankruptcy, Real Estate and numerous other categories, share some common elements. That is why many of the observations made about the litigation paralegal can and do apply to all paralegals. The issue of time is ubiquitous in the law. A paralegal who neglects issues of time in any practice area will suffer. Organization and scheduling and document retrieval are also universally applicable to all paralegals. Further discussions about paralegal positions in various specialty areas and practices will focus more on the specifics of that job, but keep in mind that all paralegal jobs are concerned with schedules, filing dates, and due dates; that all paralegal jobs focus on documentation (its acquisition, labeling, organization, indexing, and quick retrieval). This may sound too obvious, but many graduates of paralegal programs get focused on grades, legal theory, issue argumentation, and the hustle and bustle of a busy job-and forget the basics. This they do at their peril.