You may have heard this before from your lawyers – the best way to win a legal case in court is to have a good case to pursue. What constitute a good case? Your claim is legitimate; you have all the documents, evidence and witnesses to prove your claim; the law in the jurisdiction where you are pursuing the claim is in your favour.
However, sometimes life is not so perfect. You may have misplaced a document or a key witness may not be reachable or there is a change in the law or procedures in the country where you are pursuing the claim and many other adverse conditions.
Before you are convinced that you have a bad case, you may use our Free Court Case Prediction Tool to find out exactly which area your case is weak and in which area, you have a strong advantage; and eventually strategise how to take advantage of your case’s strong points to win the legal case in court.
Another important point that will enhance your chances of winning in court is to hire a very good lawyer to represent you in court. Reputable and specialised lawyers can be very expensive and will be out of reach for most small business owners. In that case, you should consider obtaining legal funding to pursue your claim.
Legal funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, in that if you lose your case, there will be no need to refund the funding provided. Please feel free to contact us to get a free consultation on whether your case qualify for legal funding.