Taylor Marshall work on behalf of their clients to pursue claims against a third party which has resulted in financial loss.
Specialising in providing our clients the necessary expertise in areas of law where many people find it difficult, but also excessive upfront fees are often required.
Many of our clients do not wish to pay upfront fees, or simply cannot afford to as their finances have been impacted because of their losses by the very company against who we are making the claim. Where necessary we work with solicitors who are happy to accept your claim on a “no win, no fee” agreement otherwise known as a conditional fee agreement.
We are totally confident in our ability to successfully deliver the service required in making a successful claim.
Q. Who are Taylor Marshall?
A. Taylor Marshall specialize in reclaiming money for clients who have been misfortunate to have been mis-sold a product or service.
Q. Why should I use Taylor Marshall?
A. Taylor Marshall have successfully reclaimed money for clients, they have a proven track record. We do not charge any upfront fees to our clients working on a genuine No-Win, No Fee basis.
Q. What is your fees structure?
A. Our fee for reclaiming your money is 30% of any amount that we successfully reclaim for a client, plus VAT on our fee.
Q. When do I pay?
A. Depending on what service we provide, will determine the payment method. Some services require an upfront payment, others you only pay us, once you have received cleared funds upon conclusion of a successful claim. This will be fully explained prior to us proceeding with all services.
Q. Will making a claim effect upon my credit rating or my relationship with my bank or credit card provider?
A. We compile a claim proving you should be reimbursed and you only receive what you are entitled.
Q. How long will it take to get me my money back?
A. Generally it will take us between 3 – 9 months to conclude a successful claim. In certain cases it can be longer, but we will keep you fully updated with the progress of the claim.