I'm involved in a dispute with a customer - how can JWK help me?
If your business is involved in a commercial dispute, you will need the right professional help and advice as soon as possible to minimise any adverse effects on your business.
The solicitors at JWK will explore all possible solutions and work together with you to achieve a satisfactory outcome as quickly as possible.
We have a specialist litigation team, with individuals experienced in dealing with cases ranging from heavyweight claims in the High Court and Court of Appeal, to small claims in the County Court. So, when you instruct us you can be assured of receiving expert professional advice and guidance at all times.
How much will it cost ?
We will discuss the likely cost of resolving your commercial dispute with you at your first appointment and will explore with you all possible methods of funding your case, including Legal Expenses Insurance and 'No Win - No Fee' arrangements.
Speak to one of our team to get full details on the scheme and find out if you are eligible, or visit the Funding section of our website to find out more.
JWK can help you. Get in touch today
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After gaining an honours degree in Business Law, Ian Gee joined Jobling & Knape and qualified in 1979. Jobling & Knape was established by his grandfather John... Read more
Craig obtained an LLB Honours degree at Leicester and moved to Chester Law School to complete his solicitors final examination. He joined Jobling & Knape in September 1987 as... Read more
Oliver joined Whiteside and Knowles straight from school in the year 2000. He worked with Philip George, undertaking a variety of works including Personal Injury, Dispute... Read more
Martin Stafford, Head of Dispute Resolution at JWK, was educated at Bolton Grammar School before moving on to Newcastle University where he read for his Law degree. Martin went on... Read more
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