Legal Case Support / Litigation Support
Litigation is rarely straightforward, and no matter what your situation, a successful trial can only come from professional support gathering irrefutable evidence and building your case.
We regularly work alongside solicitors and lawyers packaging witness finding, evidence gathering and other essential materials for both litigation and criminal defence procedures.
Our clients range from small businesses defending personal accident claims to large corporations acting on fraudulent activities or breach of contract.
The majority of cases we handle tie together a multitude of our services, experience and expertise.
Wilsons Detectives case support team work to build a detailed and comprehensive solution to your litigation requirements.
Wilsons Detectives investigators offer a wide base of skills and experience, with a core team of consultants dedicated to legal case requirements.
Their understanding of evidence gathering, and the application of evidence and private investigation techniques in gathering it, guarantees a bespoke, effective and highly personalised service.
We exceed expectations to deliver the information your lawyers need alongside recommended strategies for its application.
Our range of services for lawyer and legal case support includes;
- Tracing Witnesses
- Locating debtors and fraudsters
- Due diligence pre-litigation
- Surveillance and observation
- Injury and accident investigations
- Criminal defence investigation
- Financial investigation and asset tracing
- General litigation and legal support
The terms Legal case management (LCM) or matter management refer to a subset of law practice management and cover a range of approaches and technologies used by law firms and courts to leverage knowledge and methodologies for managing the life cycle of a case or matter more effectively. Generally, the terms refer to the sophisticated information management and workflow practices that are tailored to meet the legal field’s specific needs and requirements.
As attorneys and law firms compete for clients they are routinely challenged to deliver services at lower costs with greater efficiency, thus firms develop practice-specific processes and utilize contemporary technologies to assist in meeting such challenges. Law practice management processes and technologies include case and matter management, time and billing, litigation support, research, communication and collaboration, data mining and modeling, and data security, storage, and archive accessibility.