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The legal specialists at Ramsdens Solicitors offer a wide range of expertise in all aspects of civil litigation and dispute resolution. Our solicitors have a wealth of experience and a proven track record in achieving outstanding results for our clients.
Court action is generally a last resort, but if it serves the client’s best interest then we will proceed with speed and vigour, first discussing with you the chances of success, as well as the procedures involved, predicted time scales and associated costs.
Civil litigation describes the process by which public and private legal disputes are resolved, through negotiation or the courts. The majority of such cases involve financial settlements, in the form of compensation or require another party to take a specific action.
When disputes occur Ramsdens seek to resolve them swiftly and economically, with as minimum disruption as possible. We will consider your case on the merits of negotiating a settlement that meets your best interests. Settlement can be reached at any stage prior to or during legal proceedings.
At Ramsdens we recognise that resorting to legal action can be difficult for clients, both in its complexity and cost. Legal costs can also make claims or disputes disproportionately expensive to pursue or defend. However, we can help you with this along the way.
Our team of civil litigation solicitors are capable of handling every aspect of your case, helping you to receive the compensation and outcome you deserve. We have particular expertise in cases relating to:
Ramsdens Solicitors has a fixed-fee cost Small Claims Service, which will provide clients with assurance and transparency of costs. We are also able to offer the flexibility of undertaking a fixed-fee review of your case and papers, and advice on the merits and/or any procedural requirements to help in the management of disputes.
We aim to give you the flexibility and financial certainty you need to decide whether to bring or defend proceedings.