Arlingsworth has an interdisciplinary team of litigation solicitors who are continually growing in expertise. We come highly recommended by independent legal guides, as we recognise that litigation is not always the best way to resolve disputes.

Our litigation lawyers will explain all of the options available to you and any possible implications for each option. Where possible, we endeavour to resolve matters by mediation or reach a settlement without the need for court action. At Arlingsworth, we know that this minimises expense and undue stress for our clients.

Disputes and disagreements are a fact of economic life. They are part of the business of owning or occupying property. Resolving these disputes should be approached in an equally commercially-minded like way; analysing the risks, weighing up the rewards and pushing hard for a result that makes pragmatic sense. Our litigation solicitors will do this for you.

There are many ways to resolve a dispute, and court proceedings should only be considered as a last resort if all other options fail or if for any reason other possible solutions are not appropriate. Where possible, Arlingsworth’s litigation solicitors will help you to try and reach a negotiated settlement as quickly and as amicably as possible.

A company or partnership is insolvent if it has insufficient assets with which to discharge its debts and liabilities, which is essentially a question of fact rather than one of law. Different tests to determine insolvency apply, depending on the context in which the expression is used.

An individual is insolvent if they have insufficient assets with which to discharge any debts and liabilities. Sections 267 and 268 of the Insolvency Act 1986 set out circumstances in which an individual is deemed unable to pay their debts when a bankruptcy petition issued by one of the individual’s creditors. If you’ve been declared bankrupt, talk to our litigation solicitors.

From large companies to individuals, if you are having a financial dispute then you can trust in Arlingsworth. Our cases are often high value and our particular strength is in the swift resolution of highly sensitive and complex disputes. We regularly act on behalf of both individuals and corporate entities for a variety of financial disputes.

Medical negligence (also known as clinical negligence) is a breach of duty of care by healthcare professionals. Whether it’s a doctor or surgeon, a dentist, pharmacist or care home attendant, all of them are bound by law to attend to your needs to the best of their abilities. And most of the time, that’s exactly what you get. But sadly, it’s not always the case and when it goes wrong the consequences can be severe. If you, or one of the members of your family, have suffered an injury as a result of medical treatment and you are concerned that errors have been made, you may wish to consider claiming compensation.

Classic car ownership involves matters where other specialists play an important part, and in many cases they can facilitate pragmatic and financially sound outcomes. At Arlingsworth, we have built up an unrivalled network of specialist contacts including accountants, auctioneers and insurers, amongst others, who have the best applicable expertise tailored to the Classic Car Litigation matters in hand.

A big thank you for the great service. You’ve got amazing staff and do excellent work. Well done.

Jenny Liu

Thank you Arlingsworth you do a great job. You are understandable, patient and professional. I would be nothing without the work you did and I will never forget this for the rest of my life.

Tonny Armel

It really is true – Arlingsworth provided ‘Absolute Service’ as promised. Incredibly satisfied and so happy the case has been finally resolved!

Dan Foster

Huge praise for Arlingsworth from the husband and I. Very understanding and compassionate; it was an absolute pleasure working with you.

Jack Woolf

Overall Arlingsworth are 100% perfect in all aspects of their service.

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