Do I have a legal claim? How do I know I can sue someone?
Disputes and disagreements happen every day. For the most part, they can be resolved through compromise and negotiation. However, sometimes, there are legal arguments involved and the parties cannot resolve the issue effectively without professional advice, particularly when wanting to know if you can sue someone for a certain act.
If you find yourself in this situation, a legal expert can help you find an appropriate way to reach an agreement. Submit your details here (insert link) for a preliminary assessment of your claim.
Evidence needed to make a legal claim
In order to be able to assess whether or not you have a claim, you will need a body of evidence. This can be written or oral. Written and tangible evidence is stronger than verbal statements. Depending on the type of dispute, it could involve documents such as bank statements and correspondence. Your solicitor will need to see this evidence so that they can determine the strength of your claim.
Temple Legal Solutions can put you in touch with a solicitor who has expertise in cases similar to yours. (insert link to case studies)
Some areas of law where we can help you make a legal claim
- Contract Disputes
- Defamation & Privacy
- Intellectual Property
- Professional Negligence
- Property Disputes
- Wills & Probate
What if my legal issue does not involve litigation (suing someone)?
If you are seeking an alternative legal service which does not involved litigation the fees are more likely to be fixed or based on an hourly rate for the work provided please contact us and we can put you in touch with a specialist lawyer.