We are a young, but well-organized and efficient law office founded in 2013 in Novi Sad. Our expertise, high work intensity and quality have been confirmed and recognized by numerous satisfied customers. Our principle “No cure no pay” – (award only in case of success) in disputes for damages guarantees you the best possible legal protection.
We represent our clients in extrajudicial and judicial proceedings for damage claims against those responsible (insurance companies, enterprises, public enterprises, Local governments and other)...
As well as to individuals, our team of young and energetic lawyers is at disposal to legal entities in extrajudicial and judicial proceedings for damage claims against those responsible (insurance companies, enterprises, public enterprises, local governments and other)...
Members of our team can offer you legal aid and advises regarding both domestic and international law. Young, educated and communicative members of Law Office Vuk Vučković speak English, German, Hungarian, French, Spanish and Italian language.
We are dedicated to offer our clients the very best possible legal aid and protection, by using our knowledge, experience and reliability.
Vuk VučkovićAttorney at Law
Insurance Law, Bussines and Corporate Law, Civil Law
Milan ŠogorovAttorney at Law
Civil Law, Penal Law, Environmental Law
Prof. Dr Jelena Šogorov VučkovićConsultant
EU Law, Banking and Stock Exchange Law, Company Law
Margareta PetrovićLegal Associate - Translator
Civil law, inheritance law, law of obligations, labor law, administrative law
Adrian UračLegal Trainee
EU law, comparative law, business law, labor law
From the very begining, our goal was to offer to our clients the very best possible legal aid and protection both in Serbia and throughout Europe and the world. To reach this goal, it was more than neccessary to form a network of influential and capable partners in Serbia and abroad.
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