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At Saunders Law, we’re dedicated to protecting and enforcing our clients’ rights. We’re well-known for our advocacy skills and tirelessly fighting our clients’ corners.

Operating from offices facing the High Court in central London, we’re also ideally located to guide civil claims through the courts. For a free, no-obligation, initial discussion of how we may be able to help, please contact us.

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Valuing your claim As a partner-led, niche litigation practice in Central London, we cannot cost effectively handle claims with a value below £10,000 – unless you qualify for Legal Aid and your matter relates to our Civil Liberties, Public Law and Police Actions practice. In such cases, the legal fees can exceed the amount recovered. If your claim is below this level then free, specialist advice could be available from either the Citizens Advice Bureau or your local law centre.

 

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