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Our costs team has a wealth of experience dealing with all aspects of costs disputes. We are specialists both in disputing costs being claimed and recovering costs. Our client base ranges from individual clients, solicitors, insurers and government departments.

Our team of experienced costs professionals focus on the desired end result and adopt a practical and commercial approach to defending costs claims and costs recovery. We can provide advice and assistance with individual items of work or deal with the matter from start to finish. We have dealt with costs at County and High Court level as well as in the Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court and tribunals.

If you would like to discuss how our legal costs draftsman team can help you don't hesitate to contact our experienced specialists on 01616 966 229 or complete our online enquiry form and we will contact you directly.

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Areas of specialism

Legal costs draftsmen - sector experience

  • Personal injury and clinical negligence
  • Housing disputes
  • Commercial litigation
  • Immigration
  • General civil litigation
  • Family proceedings
  • Public law
  • Criminal proceedings
  • Court of Protection
  • Judicial review
  • Appeals
  • Tribunal costs

What is a law costs draftsman?

A law cost draftsman is a specialist in legal costs in a case. They can advise and conduct costs proceedings known as detailed assessment of costs, which is governed by statue in England and Wales.

 

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