We have undertaken credit hire cases for over twenty-five years, with appearances in high profile cases, such as Dimond v Lovell and Clark v Ardington.
Our barristers assist at all stages of the process, both pre and post-issue of proceedings in claims ranging from those on the Small Claims Track to high value Multi Track cases. Often credit hire cases will include a personal injury element and our barristers can bring a multi-disciplinary approach to these.
Our barristers provide cutting-edge expertise across the entire spectrum of credit hire work, including enforceability (for example, by reference to regulation of consumer credit), periods and rates of hire (such as addressing developments in BHR / spot rate evidence and evaluating prevailing judicial approaches to cases such as Stevens v Equity Syndicate Management and McBride v UK Insurance), recovery and storage, loss of profits, subrogation and insurer intervention.
The strength in depth of our credit hire team ensures that we will continue to be at the forefront in this complex, rapidly changing and esoteric area of law, providing high quality representation.