If you have found yourself in a difficult legal situation where you require civil litigation services, turn to Peter Lynn and Partners for expert help and advice.
The professional solicitors within our team of experienced litigators are able to offer advice at any one of our four Swansea offices on all aspects of dispute resolution including:-
- Compensation claims for Personal Injury
- Debt Recovery/Disputes
- Contractual disputes
- Probate disputes
- Professional Negligence
- Regulatory prosecutions [Local Authority, Health and Safety, Companies House]
- Liquor licensing disputes
- Property disputes [Building Disputes, Boundary Disputes, Tenancy Disputes, Adverse Possession, Trespass]
- Consumer problems
- Prosecutions for Motoring Offences
Our expert solicitors are members of the Law Society approved panels, which campaign for better laws, and standards of legal service to help people who are in need of specialist help.
The team at Peter Lynn and Partners can assist you with your legal circumstances in a professional and efficient manner to try to ensure the process is as successful and stress free as possible.
Should you chose Peter Lynn and Partners to help you with your legal situation, we will consider undertaking work under Conditional Fee Agreements [No Win/ No Fee] or Contingency Fee Agreements or Discounted Fee Agreements and are prepared, in certain circumstances, to limit the amount of work we undertake by the operation of �cost caps�. In such circumstances, we will not exceed these caps unless you confirm that we may do so to ensure that you spend no more than you believe you can afford.
If you need legal assistance in any of the above areas, do not hesitate to contact Peter Lynn and Partners for professional legal advice.
Call any one of our offices
Tel: 01792 450010
Tel: 01792 310731
Tel: 01792 863633
Tel: 01639 842709
Tel: 02920 600799
Tel: 01792 369303
- Walter Road
Tel: 01792 643677
** We do not accept service of documentation by e-mail.
Come and see us at our FREE 30 minute sessions* without commitment, to discuss your case and decide whether or not we can assist you.