Ben Roberts 

Ben Roberts speaking in relation to assistance with making a claim against an estate agents’ inappropriately high fee. The service was good, the legal advice was accurate, the timeliness was excellent and the level of detail was appropriate to the level of information that I had. 

Elliot Chisadza

“I think you guys are great for whatever you’re doing and helping all the others – that’s great. I am actually referring my friend to you. I don’t think you have competitors. I think you’re the only one doing this on Youtube. If not for you, I would have probably have done everything myself. Stay online and help more…

Luke Cooper

“I just wanted to say a quick thank you for your help today, probably the best £180 ever spent :] great advice and insight into new aspects of the claim I hadn’t even thought of effectively (potentially doubling my claim). Thank you once more.”

Indira Soni

“I found them very good for a layman person who wouldn’t ever afford legal jargon. There was straight and clear explanation, reassurance from time to time and support. They gave you the moral support as well as helping with the legal matter. So it was not like ‘oh, you’re restricted to what you’re paying and…

Joseph Benaiah

“I’d recommend Redwood legal because they’re very very very thorough and they know what they specialize in and they focus on it. They don’t try to be a jack of all trades.”

Small Claims Limit – when will it go up to 15k?

The small claims limit remains at £10,000 for now and £1,000 for personal injury and housing disrepair. But the public should be aware that the government is always on the look out to change this, often because of the perceived pressure of rising motor insurance premiums.  This UK Parliament website helps to stay in touch…

Court of Appeal decision on After The Event Insurance

Peterborough & Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v McMenemy and Nottingham University Hospitals Foundation Trust v Reynolds [2017] EWCA Civ 1941   There has been a recent landmark ruling around the problem lawyers have been experiencing even since the Legal Aid, Sentencing & Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 came into force.     The problem…

Is No Win No Fee really, “No Fee”?

The general public often do not realise that No Win No Fee, especially since the advent of the  Legal Aid, Sentencing & Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, does not necessarily mean what it says.  The simple truth is that it is often the case that, even where a client loses, they end up saddled with…

Online Courts?

The government is interested in introducing “online solutions court” amongst other initiatives as was announced in the Queen’s Speech last year as part of their proposed Civil Liability Bill: Queen’s speech confirms whiplash reform and court modernisation