LITIGATION  & DEBT COLLECTION

LITIGATION

At Esposito Lawyers we provide legal advice and representation in Tribunals, Commissions and Courts in the State and Federal Jurisdiction for Plaintiffs and Defendants, for the following types of legal service;

Commercial litigation, civil litigation and commercial disputes, including but not limited to;

  • Property damage;
  • Superannuation and Insurance disputes;
  • Defamation;
  • Defendant personal injury (PIPA)
  • Breach of contract;
  • Service of court documents;
  • Contractual disputes;
  • Applications to set aside default judgments;
  • Interpretation of insurance contracts and policies and commencing legal action against insurance companies or disputes taken to the FOS (Financial Ombudsman Service);
  • Alternative dispute resolution procedures including negotiation, mediation, arbitration and case appraisals;
  • Fencing disputes;
  • Appeals.

Note.   If you have been served with a claim and or statement of claim it is important that you seek legal advice as a matter of urgency as strict time limits apply.

 

DEBT COLLECTION

Where you have been unable to obtain payment for services or goods rendered you may need to obtain legal advice.

The first step in any matter of debt collection is to send a letter of demand requesting payment and allowing a reasonable period of time in which to respond to the letter of demand.

We can assist clients with letters of demand and the ongoing litigation where a defendant/respondent fails to respond and comply with the letter of demand.   In addition, we can assist as follows;

  • Claims and statements of claim in all jurisdictions in Queensland/Federal;
  • Service of court documents;
  • Statutory demands and winding up applications; and
  • Lodgement of caveats.

As a result of our investigative services, we are also able to provide a thorough analysis of assets through asset tracing.

 

This information is provided as general information only and is not legal advice.  Viewers are directed to immediately seek,  obtain and engage legal representation, including any advice on any time limits that may or do apply to their potential or actual claim as a matter of urgency.