We successfully claimed £15,000 for Mr R following an accident at work.
Category - Success Stories
We were instructed by Mrs A to seek the transfer of our client’s council property into her sole name where the issue was likely to be contentious. After one letter to the other party and a meeting with the client, the council granted the client sole tenancy of her property
Following an initial consultation with Kiran Reyat, Ms W had the following comments: “Thank you so much for today. It honestly was a breath of fresh air speaking to you, I have had two awful experiences with solicitors and it feels good to finally have found someone on my side. Please can you also
Candice Rochford successfully claimed £10,500 for Ms P following an accident caused by an A-Board outside of a restaurant.
After achieving the desired outcome with her case, Mrs E left us some delightful feedback: “I chose to use Avadis & Co. Solicitors as my legal representative based on excellent and reliable advice that Laurie Avadis was an expert in his field. My expectations were succeeded and my matters were dealt with extremely swiftly.” Describe Avadis
“With your help we got a great outcome. May I thank you for your professional help and guidance and I would not hesitate to recommend you to anybody that needs your services.” A direct quote from a happy client.
A hospital required a grant of probate in order to release the medical notes. We refused and argued that they should disclose them regardless. They subsequently consented, and the cost of obtaining probate was avoided for the client.
Candice Rochford successfully claimed compensation in excess of £7,000 for Mr P who sustained a crushing injury to his thumb at work. He was recommended in a good light and he is very pleased and appreciated Candice Rochford’s hard work, she made the whole process smooth and showed she cared.
Contested action in respect of the estate of deceased parent settled on favourable terms without any court hearing.
Our client, Ms G found herself stuck in a dispute over an estate left in the will of her late father. The issue was resolved without the need for court proceedings; the property was sold and divided amicably.
Our client was threatened with possession proceedings. Notice was served and issued with regard to her deposit, leading to everything being all resolved with one letter.
Our client had a potential claim against him for over £16,000, having allegedly provided negligent financial advice. We did not consider that the claim had any legitimacy; wrote one letter to the other side and they gave up – all for a one off fixed fee.