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Tim Newsome

Solicitor

Head of Dispute Resolution

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Unhappy with the quality of your construction work?

Problems recovering a refund?

If you’re dissatisfied with the outcome of a significant investment like a building project, or are owed money, you need expert assistance to obtain redress. The litigation solicitors at Myers & Co can help you.

Our depth of expertise and skills cover a broad spectrum of contract types. We can advise you on your options on a wide range of contractual issues, including:

  • faulty goods you have bought;
  • services that have not been carried out correctly;
  • disputes about money due;
  • construction disputes;
  • fraud.

From advising you about any claim to explaining your rights and the costs involved, we will be honest and supportive throughout your contract dispute.

Legal action can be time consuming and expensive, so wherever possible we will make every effort to resolve your case without going to court. If it is unavoidable we will discuss your options and fight on your behalf if you wish to continue.

The success rate of our specialist litigation lawyers is impressive and we have acted in contract disputes involving claims in excess of £1 million. However large your contract dispute, we will be happy to discuss your individual case and give you the practical and professional advice you need.

Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our specialist solicitors have helped resolve a wide range of disputes. For further advice call us on 01782 577000 or email one of our dispute resolution team members direct.

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