Any individual is able to make a claim if they believe and have evidence of a lawful wrongdoing against themselves or a dependant. If the dispute involves less than R15 000, you may choose to take the claim to the Small Claims Court. This is an action that is worth considering if you do not require an attorney, and if your claim is not being made against the State (municipalities or local government). If, however, you would prefer the assistance of an attorney, it would be prudent to seek out legal advice before taking any other legal action. An attorney will be useful in assisting with the details and will often be able to have the matter settled out of court and in a shorter amount of time.
Choose an attorney to help with making a claim
It can be difficult to know where to start when making a claim. Paul du Plessis Attorneys can help you every step of the way to ensure that you get complete legal coverage and exceptional results. The first step to take is a preliminary appointment with us. We will examine your case and any evidence you have, and draft a plan for moving forward. We have a dedicated team of investigators that can uncover further evidence for your case, and if the case involves medical malpractice, we also have leading medical experts available to consult on the case. Once you have supplied all your statements and evidence, you can leave the rest in our capable hands. We will take the necessary legal steps to ensure your case is heard. We negotiate directly with the person or company against whom you are claiming, or failing successful negotiation, we ensure that the matter is heard in court. Every action or development that unfolds will be cleared for approval with you first.
Claim help from outstanding attorneys
We have had many successful years of experience and can offer peace of mind with our outstanding legal services. If you want the best service and results when making a claim, contact Paul du Plessis Attorneys today.