Announcing the Launch of Lawsuit Gal, a New Civil-Suit-Focused Legal Advice Resource

New site will provide plainspoken, straightforward advice and information about a variety of lawsuit-related legal topics, Lawsuit Gal reports

Lawsuit Gal, a legal advice site focusing on understandable, accessible information for laypersons, has launched and is available to visitors at Unlike most other legal advice sites on the Internet, Lawsuit Gal focuses intently on the specific needs of those actually considering filing civil lawsuits, a commitment that allows the site to provide deeper, more worthy articles and service better tailored to the site's visitors. Even having just launched, Lawsuit Gal already hosts an impressive array of articles and guides that will be of interest and usefulness to anyone who might benefit from filing a lawsuit.

"We have been working hard for a long time to make this moment a reality, so we are incredibly proud and excited to announce the launch of Lawsuit Gal," site representative Debbie Taylor said, "We think that the many people who have been asking for such a resource for so long are going to be very pleased with what we have to offer." Well over a quarter of a million civil lawsuits are filed in U.S. Federal District Courts every year, making this kind of legal activity by far the most common. Despite that fact, the process of filing and seeing through a civil lawsuit is still often a mystery to those untrained in the law, a deficit that Lawsuit Gal was founded to help address.

Toward that end, Lawsuit Gal has launched with a strong collection of articles aimed at helping those who are not themselves lawyers understand how civil lawsuits work and when they can be called for. An extensive guide hosted at, for example, goes over the best ways of locating and selecting an appropriate attorney for those considering filing a lawsuit. Since many of those who find themselves in this situation do surprisingly little research, as Lawsuit Gal investigations have revealed, the site's editors feel that this guide will prove especially valuable to readers.

Another of the new site's offerings that is likely to be of wide interest is the article at that aims at demystifying class-action lawsuits. Although virtually every American has heard of these legal proceedings, few have much of an idea as to what they actually involve beyond representing the interests of a group of plaintiffs through a single suit. In fact, Lawsuit Gal editors point out, such lawsuits often begin with particular consumers, patients, or individuals coming forward with reports of wrongs done to them by others. Being aware of the mechanisms, procedures, and incentives involved with the typical class-action lawsuit, then, can be useful for those who are wondering whether to seek compensation for injuries they have personally suffered.

At launch time, the Lawsuit Gal site also includes a number of specifically targeted articles that are aimed at helping those who have contracted particular diseases or experienced harm from certain medications. The site's operators intend to keep expanding this collection of articles, too, as new consumer- and medical-related hazards become apparent over time, meaning that the site is and will continue to be an excellent resource for those concerned with such issues.

About Lawsuit Gal:
One of the Internet's top resources for those involved in or considering filing civil suits, Lawsuit Gal provides a wide variety of useful, comprehensible advice and relevant information.

Contact Info:
Name: Debbie Taylor
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Organization: Lawsuit Gal
Phone: (313) 205-8166

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