Discovery Attorney in Seattle
Build Your Case with an Experienced Lawyer
Discovery is the phase of business litigation in which each party obtains information from the other side. A skilled and experienced business attorney understands that cases can be won or lost through discovery. It is vital to work with a trial attorney who knows how to use discovery to their advantage.
At NWBizLaw, we use advanced legal strategies through all stages of business litigation to give our clients every advantage available. We have an in-depth understanding of the discovery process and the strategies needed to make it as effective as possible.
The sooner you begin building your case with our seasoned attorney, the higher your likelihood of success. Call our discovery attorney in Seattle at (206) 565-0090 to get started today.
Understanding the Discovery Phase
The discovery process is designed to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of a court proceeding. Because both parties expose all information beforehand, the actual trial is uninterrupted and fully equipped with the necessary evidence. Through discovery, the case can even be resolved before going to trial due to the influence of exposed information.
Because we have the burden of requesting information from our opposition and responding to their inquiries, thorough preparation is crucial for obtaining a favorable outcome.
Why Choose NWBizLaw?
Recognizing the importance of advanced strategies, we take great care in our thoughtful and detailed discovery preparation. We focus particular attention on enforcing our opponents’ discovery compliance obligations. Our discover attorney in Seattle is strongly committed to holding them accountable for any failures to live up to those obligations. To that end, we have adopted special proprietary methods to systematically track our opponents’ deadlines, and we are highly experienced in obtaining motions to compel the production of discovery. Our clients’ opponents are never at liberty to ignore our discovery requests.
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The time Eric spent with me saved me thousands of dollars in legal fees and saved my business. Thank you Eric and Northwest Business Law!- Charlie Muhlenkamp