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Construction Litigation Solicitors

Both clients and counsel should work hard to avoid litigation proceedings, due to the costs, publicity and time involved in resolving construction and engineering disputes using this method.  

However, sometimes court proceedings are inevitable, and having strong legal representation will benefit you enormously in not only obtaining your desired result but keeping your costs under control.

Specialist In Our Field

At Fisher Scoggins Waters, our partner-led team have been successfully advising construction and engineering firms for many years, and we are well known for assisting clients in a practical, down to earth manner.  We cut to the heart of complicated legal issues and will explain your position in simple, plain language so you can evaluate the best course of action to take on a particular matter.

At FSW our experienced dispute resolution solicitors can guide you through ever step of the litigation process.  Get control of the situation now and call Charlotte Waters on 0207 993 6960 or Email Charlotte Waters and we will respond accordingly.

Technology And Construction Court

The TCC is a specialist court which deals with technically complex claims/issues within the building, construction and engineering sphere. With our solid experience of working within the TCC, our team will guide you through the Process  to ensure the case runs quickly, efficiently  and cost effectively.

Litigation Funding

Litigation funding, also known as Legal financing and Third-party funding, enables a party to litigate or arbitrate without having to pay for it, whether because they are unable to pay for it or because they do not want to.  With our close link to specialist brokers we can provide advice ensuring our clients are fully aware of all options available and allowing costs and risk to be managed effectively.

For more information on dispute resolution services Fisher Scoggins Waters offer, please contact us by telephone on 0207 993 6960 or email Charlotte Waters by using the enquiry form below:

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