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- Small Claims Court Advice
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- Emergency Action - Business Protection
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- Funding Options for Litigation
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Small Claims Court Advice
We are able to provide our clients with Small Claims Court Advice and we provide a fixed fee service to ensure you receive transparent legal advice in a cost effective manner.
The small claims court deals with commercial and civil litigation where the dispute has a monetary value of less than £10,000. Please note that the Court only allows the recovery of minimal fixed solicitor fees.
Our service is designed to help our clients who wish to pursue a small claim where up to £10,000 is in dispute and they will know how much their legal fees will be from the outset, whenever possible. We provide our service tailored to our clients’ needs for claims below £6,500 and for claims between £6,500 and £10,000 as follows:
It is possible to use part of this service to suit your needs and our approach to the assistance we provide is flexible. Please note that in addition to our fixed fees, you will also be expected to pay Court fees and disbursements.
It may not always be possible due to the complexity of the matter to offer advice under the above fixed fee regime. In those circumstances we will provide a quote at the outset and before any fees are incurred by you.
Just because a claim is a small claim does not mean that it is straightforward and we recognise that. Our team has a breadth of experience in dealing with civil and commercial litigation and understanding how the Courts work.
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