Debt Recovery Claims

  • No Win, No Fee
  • No hidden charges
  • Over 13 years experience
  • Specialist solicitors
  • Professional friendly service

Is This You?

  • Are you owed money by a customer or third party on an outstanding invoice?
  • Have contractual payment terms been breached?
  • Is a debtor ignoring or avoiding your requests for payment?

If any of these apply to you, then we may be able to assist you in bringing a no win, no fee claim to recover the full amount of debt owed, plus interest.

Please call Neglect Assist for free, no obligation advice on 0800 152 2620 or fill in the form and we’ll call you back.

Who are we?

We are an award-winning team of solicitors who specialise in civil litigation and debt recovery matters. We use our many years of experience and specialist knowledge of the law of contract and debt recovery. We identify any grounds for action and submit written complaints, detailing every allegation and are successful in most of our cases we take on.

How much am I entitled to?

If you are successful with your claim, you are entitled to recover the full amount of the outstanding debt owed to you, plus interest.

What do we charge?

We offer an absolute and guaranteed No Win, No Fee agreement, it’s that simple. If successful, we take a fee of up to 20% (plus 4% VAT) * Of the award of compensation. If unsuccessful, our clients pay us nothing.

* We reserve the right to apply a deduction in more complex or higher risk cases of up to 30% plus VAT. Typical examples might be where there are multiple parties to claim against, where time limits for claiming may have passed or new areas of law are tested.

About Debt Recovery Claims

The prompt payment of invoices is vital for the cash flow of many companies and businesses. A breach of standard or agreed payment terms can potentially cause hardship and have a negative impact on business productivity.

On occasions, despite the best efforts of the party owed money, payment is simply not forthcoming. It can be a time consuming and stressful process for a business or individual to deal with matters of late payment and bad debt, but this is where we can help.

We full understand the impact that late payment and bad debt can have on a business and we will use our knowledge, experience and expertise in debt recovery procedures to ensure you fully receive what you are owed.

In our experience, correspondence to a debtor from a Solicitor can in itself produce positive results. It can signify intent and seriousness of the matter. It may achieve communication with the debtor where this has previously broken down.

If it is not possible to resolve the matter amicably with the debtor, we consider and adopt a full range of dispute resolution procedures. This can include  pursuing the matter through the Courts and obtaining a formal County Court Judgement (CCJ) for the outstanding amount.

We can also offer assistance in enforcing such a judgement should this prove necessary, although in the majority of cases we find that such steps are not required.

We will seek to recover the full amount of the debt owed to you, plus interest pursuant to the Late Payment Of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 and other statutory provisions.

We offer a no win, no fee service. If you are affected by outstanding debts or late payments, please call us on 0800 152 2620 for free, without obligation advice on your legal options.

FAQs

Are you able to pursue old debts for me?

Yes. We can seek recovery of debts which date back many months, or even years. If you are concerned about the amount of time that has passed since the debt arose then please contact us for further advice on applicable time limits.

How much am I entitled to?

If you are successful with your claim, you are entitled to recover the full amount of the outstanding debt owed to you, plus interest in accordance with Late Payment Of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 and other statutory provisions.

Can I claim if I don’t know the current address or location of my debtor?

Yes. We can offer assistance in tracing or locating the debtor if required. Many businesses will have their address registered with Companies House or an appropriate trading or regulatory body.

What do we charge?

We offer an absolute and guaranteed No Win, No Fee agreement, it’s that simple. If successful, we take a fee of up to 20% (plus 4% VAT)* of the award of compensation. If unsuccessful, our clients pay us nothing.

* We reserve the right to apply a deduction in more complex or higher risk cases of up to 30% plus VAT. Typical examples might be where there are multiple parties to claim against, where time limits for claiming may have passed or new areas of law are tested.

Will I have to fill out loads of paperwork?

No, we will be able to do most of the necessary paperwork for you. It would assist if you provide a copy of the contract, agreement or invoice to which the debt relates.

You will have to check the details of your claim before it is submitted, but we will assist you with this.

What do I do now?

Call us on 0800 152 2620 or email us. There is absolutely no obligation to proceed and if you tell us what’s happened, we will briefly explain if we think you have a claim and the procedure for filing a claim and the time limits that apply.

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