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At Larkin Farrell, LLC, we practice all forms of civil litigation. Civil litigation is a term used to describe the legal process applied to non-criminal matters. Civil litigation is the filing and subsequent prosecution and defense of a civil lawsuit filed to resolve a legal dispute between two or more individuals or business entities over compensation, usually in the form of money, for damages incurred or specific performance for services that were not delivered. We represent our clients at trial, hearings, and any and all forms of alternative resolution, such as arbitrations or mediations.
The attorneys at Larkin Farrell, LLC have profound knowledge and experience handling insurance litigation claims. We have handled and tried thousands of cases for the institutional clients that we have represented for the past 15+ years. We have represented those clients in arbitration and court. We have tried cases in Civil and Supreme Court in all 5 boroughs as well as many of the District Courts in Long Island. We have a very high win rate and client satisfaction rating.
Real estate, or real property, refers to immovable property such as land, a home or building. Real estate ownership comes with associated rights and obligations. At Larkin Farrell, LLC we represent real estate owners and those challenging the rights of real estate owners in litigation over those property rights and obligations, including landlord-tenant disputes and disputes involving liens.
Collection Litigation refers to the litigation between creditors and debtors over money owed for a variety of reasons. Commercial debt collection involves litigation over debts owed between businesses. Consumer debt refers to debts owed by consumers to businesses. The attorneys at Larkin Farrell, LLC have handled thousands of collection cases involving litigation over debts owed to various public authorities and quasi-governmental agencies.
Property damage is damage to or the destruction of public or private property, caused either by a person who is not its owner or by natural phenomena. Property damage caused by persons is generally categorized by its cause: neglect and intentional damage. At Larkin Farrell we represent both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of property damage claims including damage to homes and automobiles.
Personal injury is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to an injury to property. The term is most commonly used to refer to a type of tort lawsuit in which the person bringing the suit, or "plaintiff," has suffered harm to his or her body or mind. Personal injury lawsuits are filed against the person or entity that caused the harm through negligence, gross negligence, reckless conduct, or intentional misconduct, and in some cases on the basis of strict liability.
Employment law, also known as labor law, involves litigation over the rights and obligations of workers, employers, trade unions and the government. Employment standards are social norms (in some cases also legislation) for the minimum socially acceptable conditions under which employees or contractors are allowed to work. Government agencies, such as the former US Employment Standards Administration and the Department of Labor, enforce labor laws.
Business litigation, often referred to as general commercial litigation, involves virtually every type of dispute that can arise in the business context, including breach of contract cases, partnership/joint venture disputes, class actions, business torts, civil RICO claims, breach of fiduciary duty allegations, and shareholder issues. Larkin Farrell, LLC represents clients in litigation involving these common business disputes.
Construction law involves any legal issue related to the construction or repair of a home, building or other structure. Federal statutes, such as workplace safety regulations and employment laws, can impose requirements on worksites and hiring practices. States may impose additional regulations on top of federal ones, which can range from safety and employment to environmental rules. City and county ordinances may impose additional restrictions on zoning and construction noise.