Civil Litigation Solicitors
The term Civil Litigation can be defined as a legal dispute between two or more parties which normally involves a sum of money as opposed to criminal sanctions. The courts are generally needed to resolve any discrepancies and compensation is paid out for a variety of different reasons.
If you are involved in a dispute, please do not hesitate in giving our highly knowledgeable Civil Litigation solicitors a call today. If you would prefer to arrange a callback from one of our team, please click here.
Areas of Civil Litigation:
- Professional Negligence
- Personal Injury
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Accidents at Work
- Product Liability Claims
- Employment and Labour Disputes
- Intellectual Property Disputes
Why Choose Oracle’s Civil Litigation Solicitors?
Oracle’s team of experienced Civil Litigation solicitors in London and Belfast have a proven track record of winning such cases that involve personal injury, road traffic accidents and professional negligence to name but a few.
We tailor our approach to each of our clients’ needs as we know that a “one approach suits all” method does not work and as a result, our clients are happier. Our responsiveness and “hands-on” culture will ensure that we will get the best result for our clients, delivered as fast and efficiently as possible.
Should you have experienced any of these cases, do not delay in contacting our civil litigation solicitors who will offer expert legal advice and work promptly and sympathetically with you to minimise the disruption and financial cost this may have on your life.
Call us today for an initial discussion with no obligation:
London: 020 3051 5060
Belfast: 028 9002 2371
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