A leading team of Litigation solicitors in Manchester and London
As a market leading litigation solicitor Monarch aims to resolve every dispute and reach our clients desired solution as efficiently as possible. Our team of specialised solicitors benefit from a wealth of experienced in neighbour disputes, landlord and tenant issues, unpaid bills, contract breaches, IP disputes and professional negligence.
Litigation is the process of an individual or a business taking legal action against one or more parties to resolve a dispute. This process is governed by a procedural code known as the Civil Procedure Rules. The aim of these rules are to enable the courts to deal with civil cases fairly and applies to all civil claims which began after April 1999.
How are Litigation disputes resolved?
We understand that each litigation case is unique and therefore tailor our services to meet the specific needs of each client.
With an initial consultation our team of solicitors can evaluate the claim and advise our clients on the most effective steps to take.
Following this, court proceedings may be issued, dealing with disclosure and witness statements. A trial bundle will be prepared and counsel’s will be instructed to attend a trial.
In frequent circumstances you litigation solicitor can attend any settlement or mediation meetings where the relevant parties meet to reach an amicable agreement.
Attendance to conferences to discuss the case with counsel and client prior to trial.
Following this, as you litigation solicitor, our role at Monarch is to both support the barrister with any case queries and to assist our client in interpreting the proceedings.
Contact our Litigation Solicitors
For further information or to make an enquiry, please call our professional litigation solicitors on 0330 127 8888 .
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In litigation cases, you may have to go to court; however, cases always vary by their own circumstances. You are entitled to agree to a settlement with the other party once the legal proceedings have been started. The only time you would have to attend court hearings is when a settlement or an agreement cannot be reached between the parties.
Usually, a claimant is entitled to recover damages made by the wrongdoer, who is referred to as the defendant. A defendant may be ordered to repay the money or the assets he or she has taken away from you. The aim of a civil case is to put the claiming party in a position they were in prior to the negligence, breach of contract or tort.
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