Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What types of cases do you handle?

A: Our law firm handles a wide range of cases in civil rights, personal injury, family law and employment law practices. We have experience representing clients in discrimination, sexual harassment, on-the-job accidents, including but not limited to wrongful termination. Our attorneys have the knowledge and expertise to analyze the specific circumstances of your case and develop a strategy tailored to your needs and goals. If you are unsure whether your case falls within our practice area, please contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation in more detail.

Q: How long will my case take to resolve?

A: The length of time it takes for a court case to be resolved can vary significantly depending on many factors, such as the complexity of the case, the court's docket, the type of case, and the parties involved. Some cases can be resolved relatively quickly, while others may take years to reach a final resolution.

Coming to us ready and charged to deal with your case is common but sometimes that turns to “When will this ever end?”  It will end, and we know you need it to end as soon as possible so you can put it behind you and move on with your life.  Part of that is us doing our jobs to the best of our abilities to obtain an expeditious resolution and conclude the case.  Upon any final decision or resolution, we will be devising a closeout process to get things concluded and not let this drag on another minute more than is necessary.

Q: What is your approach to representing clients and communicating with them?

A: We work closely with our clients to understand their needs and goals, and develop a strategy tailored to achieving those objectives.

We communicate regularly with our clients to keep them informed about the status of their case, discuss any developments or changes, and answer any questions or concerns they may have. This may involve phone calls, emails, or in-person meetings.

In addition to regular communication, we are accessible to our clients when they need us, whether that's during business hours or outside of regular office hours in case of emergencies.

We also operate nearly completely electronic and provide access to your electronic case file that you can use anytime, anywhere to review the documents and communications in your case file. We provide periodic status updates and return calls and emails as quickly as possible, but always within 24 hours. You are never wondering "what's happening" because you are frequently updated and can even look into your file yourself.

Q: Will I be able to speak directly with my attorney throughout my case?

A: Yes, as a client, you will be able to speak directly with your attorney throughout your case. We understand the importance of open and regular communication with our clients and will prioritize being available to answer questions, provide updates, and address any concerns you may have.

In some cases, we may have a paralegal or legal assistant who can assist with certain tasks or provide updates on the status of your case. However, we will always be accessible to discuss the details of your case with you and answer any questions you may have.

It's important to discuss communication expectations with us at the outset of your case, so that we both have a clear understanding of how often you will communicate and what channels will be used. This will help to ensure that we are on the same page and can work together effectively to achieve your goals.

Q: What sets your law firm apart from others?

A: At our law firm, we believe that what sets us apart is our commitment to personalized and compassionate representation, combined with our depth of knowledge and experience in civil rights, personal injury and employment law. Our attorneys take the time to get to know our clients and their unique circumstances, and we work closely with them to develop a strategy tailored to achieving their goals.

We understand that legal issues can be stressful and overwhelming, so we strive to create a supportive and collaborative environment where clients feel comfortable discussing their concerns and asking questions. Our attorneys are accessible and responsive, and we prioritize keeping our clients informed about the status of their case throughout the legal process.

In addition to our client-centered approach, we have a proven track record of successfully representing clients in a wide range of cases, from sexual harassment to wrongful termination. Our attorneys are knowledgeable and experienced in their practice areas, and we use that expertise to build strong cases that achieve positive outcomes for our clients.

Overall, we believe that our commitment to personalized and compassionate representation, combined with our knowledge and experience, sets us apart and helps us deliver the best possible results for our clients.

Q: What are the potential outcomes of my case, and what can I expect along the way?

A: The potential outcomes of a civil case will depend on the specifics of your case, the evidence available, and the applicable laws and legal precedents. However, here are some potential outcomes that may apply:

Settlement. One potential outcome of a civil case is a settlement, where both parties reach an agreement to resolve the case without going to trial. This may involve the defendant paying a sum of money to the plaintiff or making other concessions.

Judgment. If the case goes to trial, the court will make a judgment based on the evidence presented. The judgment may award damages to the plaintiff.

Appeal. If one party is not satisfied with the judgment, they may appeal the decision to a higher court.

Throughout the process, you can expect to participate in various stages, including filing a complaint, discovery, pretrial motions, and trial. Your attorney will keep you informed about the progress of your case and what to expect at each stage. You will also have opportunities to provide information and testimony to support your case.

It's important to note that cases can be complex and may take months or even years to resolve. Your attorney can provide guidance and support throughout the process, help you understand your options, and work to achieve the best possible outcome for you.


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Viktoria Morgan Law
A Professional Law Corporation
260 Maple Court, Suite 101
Ventura, CA 93003
(805) 746-0872

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