Small claims (less than £10,000)
Our Dispute Resolution Team of experienced, specialist lawyers is dedicated to helping you when disputes arise.
Do you have a claim for less than £10,000? This is not an insignificant figure and the right steps need to be taken to recover the amount which you are entitled to. You have to set out your claim in writing, deal with discovery (the exchange of documents relevant to your case), consider the question of expert evidence, prepare witness statements and present your claim in court.
This can be a complicated and daunting process, which is why we are here to help. We can assist you in guiding you through this minefield right from the very start until the finish. We provide clear and plain advice, assisting you to bring your matter to the best conclusion for you and that your money is well spent.
You decide on what aspects you need our detailed legal assistance. We will provide you with the time and attention you need to recover the monies owed to you in the most cost-effective manner. Our clients say that we are efficient, providing them with clear and comprehensive advice on their specific claim, and we have on numerous occasions successfully recovered monies owed to our clients.
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