Costs Litigation

Costs Litigation

At Taylor Rose TTKW we seamlessly take over from where the costs draftsmen’s remit ends, saving time and costs for our clients, with cases settled to the client’s needs without unnecessary ‘leakage’.

Our expertise and willingness to act under a Collective Conditional Fee Agreement (CCFA) ensures that our client’s potential cost risks are minimised and claimant's solicitors are exposed to a real cost risk if they are unsuccessful.

The Taylor Rose TTKW advocacy team comprises of recognised industry experts with years’ experience, making them formidable in acting for our clients and highly skilled in dealing with a wide range of costs instructions.

As routine supervisors of costs negotiation firms, we offer an unrivaled level of control and well managed resolution via the courts, providing complete peace of mind for clients.

For more information on how we can assist you please contact our costs litigation team on 01733 333 333. 

Our advocacy team have a great deal of experience and can assist in the following areas of costs litigation;

  • Negotiation in both litigated and unlitigated cases
  • Between the parties costs
  • Predictable costs regime
  • Infant approval hearings
  • Detailed assessment hearings
  • Bill drafting and costs recovery
  • Round table negotiations
  • Telephone advice

We can also provide advice and guidance for negligence claims in the following areas;    

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Dockerill & Healey v Tullett
Dockerill & Healey v Tullett

Matthew Hoe of Taylor Rose TTKW acted for the successful parties in three linked cases in which the Court of Appeal has limited children's ability to recover costs in low value personal injury claims. In Dockerill & Healey v Tullett, the Court of Appeal dismissed the claimants’ appeal against an order that the detailed assessment had to be conducted afresh on the basis that the normal track for the claimants’ claims was the small claims track (their damages were £750 each) and the court should consider whether a lawyer was required for each element of the claim for costs. The practical effect of this ruling is to dispel the myth that children can always recover costs, even in sma...

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