We litigate purchased claims ourselves bearing the expense and risk and leaving assignors free of the hassle and drain on resources associated with litigation.
We usually structure assignments so that we share the proceeds of the claim with the assignor – therefore our interests are aligned throughout the litigation.
We all want to get the best result, as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our introduction to the litigation will help to achieve that.
We aim to look at cases from a different perspective and our innovative assignment model allows us to say 'yes' to cases deemed to pose a higher risk that other funders/purchasers may turn down.
We work with a range of companies, individuals, insolvency practitioners, and creditors to maximise recoveries from legal claims without them incurring the risk and costs involved with litigation.
Insolvency Practitioners rely on us to help them maximise recoveries from litigation and arbitration claims held by insolvent companies.
H&J combines litigation, insolvency and investigatory expertise to robustly and efficiently pursue litigation.
Solvent companies may not want to invest the significant time and cost involved in pursuing litigation and arbitration claims.
Litigation can be an unwanted distraction from the company’s primary business and place a burden on management.
Insurers often try to resist paying out on meritorious claims, yet policy holders may not want the hassle of pursuing claims that have been refused.
By taking an assignment we can step into the shoes of the insured and pursue the claim on their behalf.
Executors and Administrators face a difficult job at an emotionally sensitive time. Pursuing litigation claims that were held by the deceased may be unattractive.
We can help to unlock the value in such claims.
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