Our team of litigation solicitors will always try to find the solution that is right for you.
It is important to us that you receive the best possible information about how much your litigation will cost, both at the start of the case and as the matter progresses. That is why we have developed a range of potential litigation funding options that we can discuss with you.
Fixed fees for comprehensive initial legal advice
At LA, we are proud to have developed a way of providing our clients with all of the essential information needed about a dispute at the start of a case for a fixed price. Our aim is that you can then make informed decisions about how you would like to take your case forward.
The purpose of this service is to provide you with the necessary preliminary advice about the prospects of a claim succeeding, court procedure and how the next steps could be funded. Our litigation solicitors will also contact your opponent about the claim. It includes:
- An initial meeting with you at LA’s offices or a telephone conference with you to find out more about the claim.
- Considering documents and information that we ask you to provide.
- Writing a letter to your opponent.
- Providing you with initial advice about your prospects of success.
- Advising about court procedure, including certain obligations you have during the course of the claim.
- Discussing with you the likely costs of the claim and the ways in which the litigation might be funded in your case.
These fixed fees are available in many of the litigation services that we offer, including the various types of commercial litigation discussed here.
Please contact us to discuss your case, so that we can then confirm whether the fixed fee will apply and how much it is.
Other litigation funding options
LA considers a range of ways in which all of the stages of our clients’ litigation can be funded. These include:
- Fees charged for time spent.
- Fixed fees.
- Conditional fee agreements, which can be “no win no fee” or “no win reduced fee” agreements.
- Funding of your dispute by third parties.
- Sale or assignment of your claim to third parties.
Whether these options are right for you will depend on the circumstances of your case. Please contact our litigation solicitors to discuss how we can help you.