We can help you with a wide range of disputes, from consumer and building dispute to neighbour and boundary disputes. Whatever you issue, our staff are on hand to help.
Consumer rights exist to protect you, the consumer, from poor services or goods sold to you. If you feel a product or service has let you down, there’s a chance your consumer rights have been breached.
If whoever sold to you has breached your consumer rights, you may be able to make a claim.
A neighbour dispute, often called property disputes are simply arguments between neighbours. The dispute could be about noise complains, pets, parking issues, or even anti-social behaviour.
Take a look at our property & neighbour disputes page for more information.
When you decide to get some building or house improvements work done, you put a lot of trust in the people you ask to do the work. Sometimes that trust is misplaced, and the contractor takes your money but leaves you with unfinished or unsatisfactory work.
If you think this has happened to you, take a look at our boundary disputes page for more information.
We should all be able to expect fair treatment in life. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and sometimes people are treated differently because of who they are.
Being in business can be very rewarding particularly when you’re creating great new products and services, working with good people, and seeing your business grow. Unfortunately, things don’t always go perfectly.
Get in touch to discuss how we can help with business and commercial disputes in more detail.
The problem of Japanese Knotweed is on the rise. The main culprits of these disputes tend to be large landowners who are neglecting to manage their estates effectively.
Because of the potentially very damaging nature of the plant, there are often grounds to make a claim for compensation from the landowner who let it spread.
Get In Touch & Speak To A Solicitor
If you’ve prefer to speak with a solicitor straight away, you can call us on 01925 351 350.
We always happy to help and the first 15 minutes of our advice is completely free.
Or, if you’d prefer to email us, you can contact us on [email protected] or by completing the form on the contact page.