Whether it’s a dispute with a business providing you a product or a service such as an insurance company, a bank, travel firm or tradesman, or a disagreement with neighbours or your own family, TSP have the expertise to help.
Our experienced civil litigators, headed up by Mark Cooksley in Colchester, will provide the practical advice and reassurance you need during what can be a fraught and disturbing time.
For both claimants and defendants, our initial aim is to secure an out of court settlement but we will provide all the guidance you need if your case needs to be taken to court.
We will advise you on any financial support that may be available or the use of private insurance. In some cases we can offer a Conditional Agreement (“no win, no fee”). Whichever way, you can be assured of our personal attention and commitment to you in offering professional legal support in a friendly and approachable way.
Mark sits as a Deputy District Judge and is a past President of the Suffolk and North Essex Law Society.
Disputes involving products or services
Disputes involving financial services including credit cards
Landlord / tenant disputes
Mortgage and endowments
Inheritance and family disputes
Probate and wills
Resolution of family and business disagreements
Alternative method in resolving disputes
Contact us today for further details of our services or to discuss your case without obligation.
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