You’ve been taken advantage of and your civil dispute has escalated. Whether you’re being sued or threatened, our attorneys will make sure you’re confident about your case. We will craft a legal defense to help you win your case.
Our highly-skilled and experienced team of litigation attorneys can help clients build their case, and represent them in a civil lawsuit. With our competent legal support, you don’t have to feel alone.
We handle everything from high-stakes disputes to arguments about money. Let our attorneys lead you through the process of filing and pursuing a non-criminal, non-divorce lawsuit. We’ll advise you whether it’s best to resolve your conflict out of court, or take your case to trial. We’ll be with you every step of the way.
We specialize in:
Business & Contract Litigation
Real Estate Litigation
It is critical that you don’t let your civil action linger. The sooner it’s resolved, the better. Contact us for civil litigation results.
The Civil Litigation and Appellate practice group at McCarthy & Akers, PLC is headed by attorney Matthew S. Akers.
Attorney Matthew S. Akers has years of experience clerking in the Federal Appeals Court and working in a highly successful litigation practice prior to joining McCarthy & Akers, PLC, has enabled him to develop one of the most highly skilled litigation practices in Virginia.
Take the Next Step
Don’t be overwhelmed by your case or situation.
McCarthy & Akers’s team of professional litigation lawyers will handle your case, freeing you to take the next step. Just leave everything to us.
The Support You Need
You realize that you don’t need to do this alone. Without competent legal support, you’re afraid your civil dispute won’t be resolved.
The attorneys at McCarthy & Akers provide the support and guidance you need to argue your case.
Our firms attorneys are:
Our attorneys have tried cases at all levels of the Virginia Courts including appeals before the Virginia Supreme Court.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship.