Whether it’s conflict at work, problems with landlords or tenants, an unpaid bill or poor workmanship (the list of legal disputes we deal with is almost endless) we’re here to find a route through the difficulties.
Before we take any action - before even recommending a suitable course of action - we discuss your legal dispute with you and assess it on an individual basis, taking into account your specific requirements and the circumstances surrounding it.
We'll give you all the information you need: what your options are and how much they are likely to cost.
You can decide what action, if any, you want to take and whether you want us to put our experience and expertise to work for you to get the outcome you want.
Not every client wants to go to Court - sometimes it's just help with making a formal complaint, or getting an apology or refund.
Negotiation and discussion doesn't resolve every dispute and the only place to deal with it is in Court, before a Judge. One of our Disputes & Litigation team, or a specialist barrister appointed by us, will talk you through the process and be by your side in the courtroom.
Paul Herbert is our Disputes and Litigation specialists and will negotiate on your behalf or represent you in proceedings whether in Court or the Employment Tribunal.
As it is usually quicker and cheaper to resolve a small issue before it becomes a big one, we strongly recommend getting in touch sooner rather than later.
How we can help:
Action against the police
Breach of contract
Health and safety
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