Price Information

The partners and staff at Saunders Law have an unshakeable commitment to justice – and part of that is advising you clearly and transparently of the costs of your case. 

Whether you are an individual client or a global PLC, we will ensure we explain:

  • How our fees will be calculated
  • Whether or not we can act for you under a fixed fee or conditional fee agreement (also known as a ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement)
  • How we have estimated our likely fees
  • How we have estimated the other costs that you may incur
  • What our hourly rates are
  • What we will do for you within our estimate

We are able to act under the following arrangements:

Hourly rate

We will tell you our hourly rate and provide an estimate of the amount of time which we consider will be required either to complete the legal work required or in respect of stages of the matter depending on complexity. We are transparent in respect of our charges and will update you frequently on the costs of the matter.   

Fixed Fees

It may be that we will be able to offer a fixed fee to complete the legal work required and we will let you know the cost at the outset so that you have certainty in relation to the fees you will have to pay.   We often offer fixed fees for debt recovery work or the initial stages of a dispute.

Litigation Funding

We have close relationships with a number of litigation funders, who can offer funding for your case in exchange for a share in the recovery. Litigation Funding is typically available in high-value commercial litigation with a value of £1 million or more.

No Win No Fee

A ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement – also known as a Conditional Fee Agreement – could be offered in cases with a personal injury element or a professional negligence matter.   We would not ordinarily offer these in our commercial work.    Before we enter in to a Conditional Fee Agreement, we will need to fully assess your case, by reviewing your documentation and likely spending some time with you in person or on the telephone.   This can take time, but our team is experienced in getting to the heart of the issues quickly and would typically be able to give you an answer within seven days.

Legal Expense Insurance

Some personal and business insurance policies provide cover for legal expesnes. We can review your policy and work out if your insurance company will cover your legal fees.fees which you are required to pay for our services.

Legal Aid

Our human rights and public law teams often take cases funded by way of Legal Aid and they will be able to advise all new clients as to their eligibility.    We do not undertake legally aided work in any other practice area.

Specific Practice Areas – Debt Recovery up to £100,000

When recovering debts of up to £100,000 we are able to work either to hourly rates, or in some cases, a fixed-fee arrangement.

If we are acting for you under an hourly rate model, our hourly rates will usually be as follows:

Partner £350 ex VAT per hour
Senior Solicitor   £275 ex VAT per hour
Solicitor   £220 ex VAT per hour
Trainee or paralegal £130 ex VAT per hour


Typically a fixed-fee would cover the initial stages of work, where we would provide you with advice, document review, a conference and a letter of claim for a fixed-fee.  The amount of the fee would be negotiated on a case by case basis.   

Our debt recovery team is renowned for not taking ‘no’ for an answer and is staffed with lawyers that can handle all debt claims from £10,000 and above – read more about them here.

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