Liam O’Shea, Director, Solicitor and Head of Astle Paterson’s Litigation & Debt Recovery Department, discusses the increase in time for claimants pursuing claims through the County Court.
Recently published evidence confirms that the County Court is beginning to feel the pressure under the high volume of claims it is having to deal with.
If you’re unsure whether you need to go through the Courts, or you need assistance or advice regarding disputes or Court proceedings please contact Astle Paterson online, call 01283 531366 or email email@example.com.
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