Consortium launches no-win, no-fee commercial litigation

A consortium of high street law firms is extending PI-style ‘no-win, no-fee’ litigation to commercial clients.

14 Aug 2019

A consortium of high street law firms is extending PI-style ‘no-win, no-fee’ litigation to commercial clients.

Caresso Law, which launched at the beginning of August, currently consists of PI firm Hudgell Solicitors, Manchester-based Clear Law, Bolton-based MRH Solicitors and Kent-based Net Solicitors.

Billed as a “completely new, ‘fully funded’ litigation service that comes with automatic, deferred and contingent ‘day one’ insurance”, the business aims to build a roster of around ten firms, which will cover commercial litigation, professional negligence, personal injury and clinical negligence.

The commercial after-the-event insurance policy is underwritten by ARAG exclus...

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