Credit Hire

Our team have a long history of successfully pursuing personal injury road traffic accident claims and recovering credit hire.

In the highly contentious area of credit hire litigation, we are the specialist legal team you can turn to when you have exhausted your own in-house recovery attempts. We deliver quick and decisive action including the issuing of court proceedings when negotiations for the payment of a credit hire invoice has broken down within 14 days of delivery of the letter of claim.

Navigating through the pitfalls of credit hire recovery, our specialist litigators are not deterred by defendant insurer’s attempts to throw everything into a defence in the hope something will stick. Our focused and proactive approach delivers answers to questions about your claim before they are asked by front-loading “loss of use” data in both the letter of claim and the comprehensive Particulars of Claim that we draft on behalf of our clients. We focus on the outstanding areas of dispute and streamline the litigation process with the aim of achieving a successful outcome.

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We believe communication is key

Backed by a state of the art case management, when we say “proceedings will be issued in 14 days” we mean it.

New Instruction

We make contact with new clients quickly, walking them through the steps required and explain why they need to be involved in the ongoing litigation process.

7 Days

We aim to have all clients signed up and fully engaged with us within seven days. Letters of claim approved & sent, and particular of claims drafted.

Court Proceedings Issued

We ensure regular communication, providing regular management information reports on case progress and client sign-up; and updates from your specific case handlers with developments on recovery prospects and settlement proposals.

Taxi Anyone?

For the last 15 years, Glaisyers RTA and Credit Hire Team has had “a specialism within a specialism” – dealing with the successful recovery of taxi cab credit hire. We have represented both individual taxi drivers, whose livelihood is impacted and large taxi companies who have an obligation to keep their drivers on the road (and who need to stay in business).

 

Following new case rulings, including EUI – v Hussain, there has never been a more important time to ensure that the firm you are instructing to pursue your outlay are specialists and know what they are doing.