All Inclusive Small Claims Support
LawPlan unlimited offers start ups, small businesses and entrepreneurs a comprehensive range of small claims court advice, help and legal services taking the time and stress out of how to make or defend a small claim.in the small claims track of the county court.
Although the small claims track is intended to be accessed and navigated without a small claims solicitor or lawyer, the process can be daunting, time consuming and mistakes can prove costly. On the other hand instructing a small claims solicitor can be expensive compared to the size of the claim and the special small claims rules limit your recovery of the costs. As a result many business owners don't bother getting small claims advice or help often prejudicing their chances of success.
Lawplan business legal support offers a low cost alternative to a traditional small claims solicitor, with small claims advice and help being included in your monthly subscription package. Your small claims lawyer will give you advice, draft your claim or defence and manage your cases for you.
First Free Small Claims Advice & Consultation
What support do we provide?
For many businesses the first thing they want to know is how to take someone to small claims court and what are the small claims court costs.
On the other hand they may have received a debt recovery letter or looking to defend a small claim. Both of these a specialist small claims lawyer can help with.
From the outset, LawPlan clients receive specialist small claims legal advice on the strength of a claim or the defence and the chances of success as well as the strategy for achieving the best result.
We offer a specialist small claims lawyer to help take care of the small claims process from the beginning. This includes writing the letter before action, drafting the claim or defence, carrying out the mediation and offering small claims legal advice right through to judgement as an integral part of the LawPlan legal services package.
Unpaid invoices and business debts
If a supplier or customer hasn't paid you and owes you money which is less than £10,000 you could instruct a debt collection agency. If the debt is contested it is unlikely they will achieve a result, however you can issue a claim in court to recover the money.
Subcontractors work not up to standard
If you've carried out work, such as building work for example for a customer and used subcontractors who's work isn't up to scratch, the customer can take legal action against you and you can take action against the subcontractor.
Goods supplied are faulty
If you have bought products or goods from a supplier which are faulty or dangerous, this is amongst the most common claims in the county court. LawPlan prides itself on a speed and efficiency, filing a defence within 48 hours of receiving the claim. We have never been the subject of a default judgment, giving our clients peace of mind that their business is our business.