My claim is worth less than £10,000 and falls within the small claims track. Is it still sensible to contact a solicitor?

Year Published: 2015

If your claim is worth under £10,000 it will generally be referred to as a ‘small claim’. Such claims are still ultimately determined by County Court judges at trials, but the losing party will generally not be ordered to pay the winning party’s costs.

In claims worth over £10,000, the winning party can expect to recover its legal costs from the other side, but not in small claims.

However, we can enter funding arrangements suitable for each case, including fixed fees for specific pieces of advisory or drafting work and no win no fee agreements.


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