Civil Litigation

Notice re Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

Our team are all still working and continuing to look after all our clients legal matters and take new instructions, or simply just give advice. The safety of our clients and staff is important to us, we are not holding face to face meetings at the present time and are following Government guidelines - although our physical office doors are now shut, our virtual offices are open and we are here for all our clients via telephone and email.

If you have a dispute with another party, whether they are an individual person or persons, a company, local authority or government body, or you feel a civil wrong has been done to you by an individual or professional, then you may seek to resolve the dispute through Civil Litigation.

Issues can range from small consumer problems like the purchase of faulty electrical goods to multi-million pound cases involving contentious probate claims.

At the core of our Civil Litigation team are our specialist litigation solicitors who have a wealth of expertise in a range of civil disputes. They can advise you on the likely success of a claim, the possible costs and the potential value of any compensation. They can also negotiate on your behalf or act for you in the County or High Courts. No win - no fee arrangements may also be available.

The team has expertise in the following areas:

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