Litigation Lawyers in London High Court

We don’t cut corners.

We assess your case and work out if it is worth pursuing. If it has low merit or value or high risk we warn you quickly. If your case has started and you’re worried about prospects, we can provide a second legal opinion

We deliver advanced legal strategies.

We don’t offer free advice. Instead, for a heavily discounted fixed fee we offer you high quality partner and counsel-led advice in our first meeting. That way our best solicitors and barristers can review your litigation case and give you the correct advice at the outset, when it matters the most.

  • We assess your case and work out if it is worth pursuing. If it has low merit or value or high risk we warn you quickly.
  • We analyse and work out the legal merits of running your case to trial or to settlement via ADR or another cost-effective method of resolution.
  • We calculate and advise on the legal risk factors in litigation.
  • We explain and guide you through the Civil Procedure Rules in England & Wales.
  • We factor in your risk-appetite, costs sensitivity and determination.
  • Together, we tailor the best possible result for you.
  • Our lawyers deliver strategic legal advice at your first meeting with us.

Get in touch with our London Litigators.

You can fill in the form below or email or call or WhatsApp message us. Whichever was you contact us please give us lots of information about your legal problem including the financial value of your claim.

Please note that we are unable to provide free or legal aid advice and do not work on low value claims. For legal and regulatory reasons, we can also strictly only give legal advice once we have been formally retained and you have become a client.

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TELEPHONE: Monday to Friday (9am – 6pm GMT) call us o 02071830529 

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    LIMITATION ACT 1980 – WARNING

    The Limitation Act 1980 sets out strict statutory deadlines within which you must bring litigation claims. Your legal rights will become irreversibly time-barred if you fail to take legal action (or defend a claim on time). Therefore, you should seek specific legal advice about your legal dispute at the very first opportunity so that you understand the time you have left. Failure to take advice or delay in taking action can be fatal to your prospects of success.