Disputes and Claims
We are local, high street dispute resolution solicitors in Exeter. Our experienced lawyers are experts in a handling a range of disputes, including injury claims, wills and inheritance disputes, claims against professionals and involving contracts. We have a strong track record of results for our clients.
- Have you been injured in an accident on the road, at work or in a public place?
- Are you thinking about contesting a will or making an inheritance claim?
- Have you lost out as a result of inadequate work by a professional?
Even with the best laid plans, life doesn’t always go smoothly. Early legal advice from a dispute resolution solicitor can help to resolve disputes more quickly and ensure you receive any assets or compensation that you may be entitled to.
If you find yourself in a legal dispute, have suffered as a result of an accident, or have lost out due to professional negligence, our specialist disputes solicitors can advise whether you may have a claim and discuss your options.
If you appoint us, a named disputes lawyer from our civil litigation team will support your case from start to finish and keep you informed throughout the process. We will start by meeting with you to discuss your case, the process and possible outcomes.
We will help you to understand your rights, and can also talk about alternative dispute resolution methods and options for funding your case.
Contact us for a quote or to book an initial consultation meeting with one of our dispute resolution lawyers.
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