Working with you to solve your

legal problem


Our litigation team at Jacobs & Reeves Solicitors has a wealth of experience in handling a variety of litigation issues. From personal injury claims, landlord and tenant litigation, landlord and tenant disputes, professional negligence and employment law to construction disputes and commercial litigation, we can offer practical and professional advice for your unique situation.

Our solicitors are experienced in the following areas of litigation:

  • Personal Injury

  • Landlord & Tenant

  • Probate claims

  • Professional negligence

  • Medical negligence

  • Construction

  • Shareholder and Director disputes

  • Commercial and Contract Disputes

  • General Civil Litigation

  • Employment (Employer and Employees)

Our litigation lawyers advise clients throughout Dorset, Bournemouth and across the UK on a wide breadth of litigation cases. We understand that legal disputes can be stressful as well as costly which is why our services are not only friendly and reliable but can also be flexible to suit your circumstances.


We aim to be productive and offer a comprehensive and balanced evaluation of each individual case in order to explore the most effective avenue of resolution.

To speak to a litigation lawyer at Jacobs & Reeves or to find out more about our services please call us on 01202 674425 or email:

"No Win No Fee" and Other Funding Arrangements 


Most of our Personal Injury claims are run under Conditional Fee Agreements so that the Client is fully protected against any liability for payment of legal costs. With litigation insurance supporting a claim the Client can rest assured that he or she will be protected from any claim for legal costs and has no liability to pay fees to Jacobs & Reeves in the event that a claim fails. The Client receives the full compensation payment, the costs being paid by the insurance company responsible for payment of the claim.


We are experienced in all personal injury claims from minor injuries to multi-million pound claims..


In employment cases, where Tribunal rules do not provide for payment of legal costs, the firm is often able to agree discounted charging rates or contingent charging rates depending on the outcome of the case. Further details available on request.