Leading Civil Litigation Solicitors In Southampton
David Ebert are one of Hampshire’s most credible Litigation & Dispute Resolution law firms. Most Civil cases go through alternative dispute resolutions to attempt achieving a settlement at early stages of the matter to prevent court action which is costly. This is beneficial to both parties and prevents the unnecessary court costs as they can continue for years before a conclusion is achieved.
David Ebert have experience in advising corporate clients to private individuals on an array of litigation matters. Regardless of the size of your matter, it is crucial to seek advice at an early stage as delays could lead to accrual of unnecessary extra costs.
Civil litigation is the term used to describe a legal dispute that has occurred between two or more parties that seek money damages or specific performance. This is what differentiates civil from criminal litigation.
At David Ebert, we offer extensive legal services covering a wide range of litigation including:
- Employment and labour
- Personal Injury
- Intellectual property
- Medical malpractice
- Products liability
Why choose us?
Our litigation solicitors in Southampton are renowned for their excellence and breadth of knowledge.
We have built a strong reputation as stellar litigation solicitors in Southampton and rank very highly on all review platforms. Whatever your matter, our solicitors in Southampton have a strong understanding of the law and will ensure that your interests remain a top priority.
Will my case be kept confidential?
Absolutely. Solicitors are bound by the Solicitors code of Solicitors Code of Conduct meaning we cannot disclose any details regarding your case to persons unauthorised by you.
Who pays the fees?
During the litigation, each party is responsible for his/her own costs. However, the ‘losing’ party may have to incur reasonable costs related to the issue at hand.
In matters whereby the case at hand is valued at less than £10,000 it will be considered as a small claim and both parties will be responsible for their own fees.
Will I have to go to court?
There is no way of giving a generic answer to this. Going to court depends on whether a settlement or agreement cannot be reached, if this is the case then you may have to go to court.