Our solicitors will, wherever possible, seek to resolve disputes through formal mediation or roundtable negotiation. In the event a suitable outcome cannot be achieved, by this or any other pre-trial method, we are more than prepared to pursue court action on your behalf to defend your legal rights and secure the best possible outcome, including any compensation due. You can rest assured your case is being handled by an experienced civil litigation solicitor.

Common issues relating to civil litigation

Civil litigation relates to a broad range of situations, including:

  • Building disputes
  • Contractual disputes
  • Partnership disputes
  • Landlord and tenant disputes
  • Inheritance disputes
  • Professional negligence
  • Debt recovery (view fees)
  • Intellectual property infringement

If you’re facing a civil litigation issue it’s essential to seek professional legal advice as quickly as possible to clarify your options and build the strongest possible case with expert legal help. Failing to do so ultimately leads to more legal issues, more costs and more stress further down the line for you.

Unlike other firms, we always conduct an initial cost-benefit analysis with our clients to determine whether their claim is worth pursuing from both a legal and financial standpoint. From there, we can discuss each step of the process and move forward on your best course of action.

Why choose Keoghs?

Keoghs, Nicholls, Lindsell & Harris LLP has been serving generations of local families and businesses since 1733, making us one of the longest-serving law firms in the North of England. A lot has changed during that time, though our commitment to exceptional client service remains the hallmark of our business.

We have offices in Altrincham and Stockport , so we’re available to arrange an initial consultation wherever works best for you.

If you’re looking to discuss a civil litigation issue with an expert solicitor, get in touch using the phone number below or through our online contact form.

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