Civil law solicitors at Taylor Law have dealt with a wide range of Negotiations and Mediations to resolve disputes for our clients. However, there are occasions when only Court Action can resolve a dispute between individuals, companies or public bodies. We can negotiate on your behalf, issue proceedings, or defend claims if a case is being brought against you.
If you believe you have been treated unfairly by a Police Force, if you are a Police Officer or a Civilian, we have the experience and expertise needed to help you pursue a claim for compensation. Taking on a Police Force can seem like a daunting prospect. Over the years our Solicitors have been involved in a number of successful high profile Claims Against the Police, representing both Civilians and Police Officers alike.
We may be able to help if you have been the victim of:
– A Wrongful Arrest/False Imprisonment
– Excessive Force Or Assault
– Malicious Prosecution
– Interference With Your Communications
– Police Negligence
– A Breach Of Human Rights
– Trespass/Interference With Your Property
Our team of civil law solicitors currently represent a number of clients in claims from the terrible events at Medomsley Detention Centre and HMP Kirklevington. Our team have represented clients who have been the subject of sexual and physical abuse. If you feel we can assist you please contact us for a confidential consultation. With our experience in this field our solicitors can guide you through what can be a difficult and emotional process to get you to the outcome you deserve.
Our lawyers are always on hand to give advice and if there is anything else you’d like to discuss, contact our team of civil law solicitors via our website. You can also keep up to date with what we do via our Facebook or LinkedIn page.
Had trouble in the past with firms not having a regular point of contact and having to chase up personally for information. Found Taylor Law to be extremely well equipped to manage every element of my case and got me the outcome I asked for in our initial meeting. Wouldn’t use anyone else in the future or even consider it