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Introducing an introducer – Iain Cherry of Civil & Commercial Costs Lawyers

27th November 2012

Civil & Commercial Costs Lawyers employs over eighty staff including costs lawyers, solicitors, experienced costs draftsmen and non-practising barristers in our two offices in London and Manchester.

The company is best described as a bespoke costs outfit that services a wide range of clients from high street practices to multi-national law firms and insurers. Due to the wide range of skill sets the practice possess Civil & Commercial are able to advise and act in a wide range of areas, particularly in commercial and high value personal injury cases and our qualified advocates frequently appear and have enjoyed notable success in all tiers of the court system from the County Court to the Supreme Court.

As Costs Lawyers we are able to streamline and reduce the cost of the process. We provide a complete costing service without the duplication of then having to pass the matter to Solicitors or Counsel if settlement fails.  Costs Lawyers are qualified to deal with all procedural steps from the date of the costs order, removing the necessity for the solicitor to remain active in the costs process, thus freeing up their time and resources and extinguishing their additional fees.

Our unique recovery model is statistically proven and ensures that the paying party is called to action early in the process; interim payments and final resolution are driven to be both higher and quicker.

As legitimate legal service providers, our fee structures are tailored to be revenue neutral to the instructing solicitor and proportionate to the recovery or saving made; we are able to enter into funding arrangements including conditional fee agreements that further minimize the cost of the cost recovery process for instructing Parties.

The advantages of using us are therefore clear: costs negotiation and litigation undertaken by true experts in a streamlined, economic and specialist fashion.

Please do not hesitate to contact me at iain.cherry@civilandcommercial.com for further information

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