Whether you’re a civilian filing a case or a lawyer initiating litigation proceedings against an individual or organization, our process servers in Suffolk County can help you set things in motion.
The law gives defendants the right to a speedy and fair public trial, and for them to take advantage of this right, they must be made aware of the complaints filed against them in court.
New York justices enforce the proper service of process. If it is revealed in court that the legal papers were not served the right way, the presiding judge will most likely dismiss the case (dismissal without prejudice). You can avoid this outcome by doing things right from the very beginning — starting with hiring experienced process servers.
Serve Index LLC is an established agency that performs service of process correctly and promptly. Our experienced and highly trained process servers are licensed to serve legal documents in Suffolk County and throughout Long Island, including Nassau County. More importantly, they know and observe the New York Civil Practice Law and Rules on serving legal papers to defendants.
Our service areas also include the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island.
Process servers play a vital role in litigation. A lawsuit can only proceed in court after the defendant receives a copy of the complaint. In some cases, however, defendants who are aware of an impending lawsuit would hide on purpose to avoid getting served.
As your process service agency, it is our job to locate evasive defendants and ensure that they are properly served with legal documents. Process serving, therefore, requires tracking skills and resources to conduct searches and investigations. You’ll find professionals with these impressive qualities at Serve Index LLC.
If you’re starting a lawsuit against any party, you’ll need the help of professional process servers to deliver the necessary documents to the right people. Our process servers in Suffolk County, NY, will do all that and more.
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