Experienced Civil Litigation Solicitors in London only at Steve Michaels
Steve Michaels offers extremely reliable, efficient and affordable services for court cases from the best civil litigation solicitors in London. Our specialist team of litigation solicitors are dedicated to helping you obtain the best results from the court proceedings by the provision of quality case preparation and litigation representation. Our services are open for private individuals, families, and commercial entities including corporations and multinational organisations.
King's Court Chambers is a reputable law firm in London known for its outstanding. Our civil litigation solicitors in London are known for their exceptional expertise and reliability in civil litigation matters. We serve clients from all communities, ethnicities and nationalities, without any bias hence we have become the first choice for private and commercial clients in civil litigation.
Since the inception of Steve Michaels, civil litigation has remained our primary domain of influence and expertise. For the past ten years, we have been helping clients resolve even the most complex of all disputes successfully with favourable results through our expert civil litigation lawyers. Our solicitors can facilitate litigation at all levels of court with particular focus upon the following:
Accident Benefit Disputes
Insurance Coverage Issues
Personal Injury Litigation
Professional Negligence & Malpractice
We can guarantee effective representation of clients both inside and outside the court in almost all areas concerning civil litigation.
Civil Litigation Law – What You Need to Know?
Civil Litigation is basically the process of resolving a dispute through the court. There are times when mere mediation and/or arbitration cannot resolve a dispute or the situation may be such that it can only be settled through court proceedings. In such scenario civil litigation or court proceedings is the only possible way of resolving the dispute.
Civil litigation is a diverse and wide-scale field; however, what you need to remember is that it is a process of resolving personal or commercial disputes as well as any claims made against an individual, organisation, local body or government institution. Civil litigation is sometimes the best way to find a solution to a dispute if you want to get proper remedy.
There are various situations in which a court case might be the best option to come out of a dispute. For example if your human rights have been violated by an individual, employer, company or public body, you have been misguided by some professional, you entered into a legally binding contract with someone who has refused to abide by the terms of the agreement, or you are at the receiving end of an unlawful, malicious attack on your reputation. All of these are situations where legal proceedings can lead to better judgement and workable solution.
If you are facing such a situation in which you need to defend your stance then contact our expert civil litigation solicitors in London to take legal action against the offender or violator.
How Steve Michaels’s Civil Litigation Solicitors in London can Help?
A broad range of legal disputes at all levels of court including civil, county and high court are covered by our expert lawyers.
We have adopted a supportive, compassionate, flexible and cost effective approach since the beginning to ensure that we are able to adapt to the requirements of our clients
Steve Michaels’s civil litigation solicitors in London understand that clients are looking for swift and positive solutions to their legal fight and therefore, we direct all of our energies into resolving the case commendably
Our lawyers provide clear, straightforward, honest and up-to-date information and guidance in plain English language to help clients make informed decisions
When you contact us, we will try to hold a meeting with you to firstly understand the case and then help you understand all the possibilities, options and related consequences of the various steps you may take. Your chances of success and the costs involved are also addressed in the meeting. This is done to help the client pursue litigation with a clear head and full understanding of the process and probable results.
We also make sure that our services remain cost-effective and affordable for clients from all segments of society; making our litigation service accessible to a wider range of clientele. This has been our priority since the establishment of Steve Michaels.
Why Experience Counts in Civil Litigation Cases?
If you are involved in a dispute with an individual or an organisation and need to take legal action against the opposite party, it is extremely important to have the support of an experienced team of Civil Litigation Solicitors. If the team is not experienced then you can expect failure at all levels as well as high costs. That is because an inexperienced team will not be able to guide you fully about the case and also will not be able to represent you ideally in court. The job of experienced civil litigation lawyers is to help their clients resolve the dispute in a manner where the best possible and client-favouring results are obtained.
An inexperienced team cannot offer practically sound and professionally viable advice at all as they themselves would not have adequate knowledge about the legal issues involved. It takes years of practice to become well-versed with the civil procedure rules and with every new case, we learn a great deal about the procedures and tactics on turning the case in our client’s favour. Our clients have also identified that the support of an experienced team of civil litigation solicitors in London makes a lot of difference in acquiring positive and quick resolution to disputes.
What Make us the Best team of Civil Litigation Solicitors in London?
Our team boasts an excellent reputation in dealing with a variety of legal disputes and our proficiency in civil litigation matters is second to none. We adopt meticulous approaches in the preparation of the case and offer fearless commitment to the client’s stance. Logistically, we are resourced well enough to deal with cases of large organisations and induce maximum efforts in all our cases whether we are litigating them at the County Court, High Court and/or the Court of Appeals.
Protecting and enforcing the rights of our clients is our foremost priority and tirelessly fighting for our client’s case using all our advocacy skills is our forte. We have expertise in providing apt and productive advice to corporate and private clients on litigation matters.
However, we do recommend that clients contact us at an early stage of the dispute and seek advice no matter what the nature of the dispute. We also offer in-house dispute resolution service for not just private individual clients but also to corporate clients. If the case cannot be resolved through this process, then we swiftly take the necessary steps to secure our client’s rights and interests through representing them in the court.
FUNDING YOUR CASE
Our experience and expertise in civil litigation means we can offer you affordable rates and an agreed fee where possible for each stage of your case.
Conditional Fees – No Win No Fee:
In certain cases, we may be able to deal with your civil litigation matter on a no-win no fee basis or no-win no fee basis. This means that you only pay us if we win your case for you.
Funding through an Insurance Policy:
Some insurance policies provide for legal expenses cover which may be able to pay for your case.
Our Civil litigation department has successfully represented clients in some very high profile cases in recent years including the following:
Agouman v Leigh Day (a firm)  EWHC 1324 (QB) (16 June 2016).
In this case, we represented 4,752 claimants from the Ivory Coast in their claim for professional negligence against the defendant Leigh Day.
Bryan Court Ltd & Anor v National Westminster Bank Plc  EWHC 2035 (QB) (20 July 2012)
In this case, we represented Bryan Court Ltd against National Westminster Bank. Our civil litigation team put forward formidable legal arguments. At the end of the trial, the High Court held that, as a matter of construction, a bank was in breach of contract in refusing to advance the balance of a loan after it had allowed an initial drawdown.