Frequently Asked Questions

Fraud Recovery:

1. How can I recover money lost through a scam?
RHL specialises in helping individuals and businesses recoup money lost to fraud which was sent via a bank account

2. How much do I have to pay to recover money lost to fraud?
We work on a no win, no fee agreement and charge a maximum of 15% plus VAT to recover your money. For larger sums we are able to offer even lower rates.

3. How does a no win, no fee agreement work?
We only get paid if we succesfully recover your money. We do not ask for any fees upfront. You only pay us if we get your money back.

4. Can I recover money lost to fraud myself?
Yes. It is possible to contact a bank through which the payment was made to ask it to recover the money lost to fraud. If this is unsuccessful you can also ask the Financial Ombudsman Service to help you.

5. If the bank has refused to pay back the money I lost from fraud can I still contact RHL?
Yes. We can help people recover money lost to fraud even if the bank has refused to pay you out.

6. If I feel that losing money to scammers was my fault can RHL still help me?
Yes. Even if a bank has warned you not to send money we can sometimes still help you recover the lost funds.

7. What evidence do I need to provide for a successful scam recovery case?
Evidence such as communications with the scammer, transaction bank records, and any other relevant documentation can strengthen your case for scam recovery.

8. Why can RHL not take on claims of less than £3,000?
We charge the lowest no win, no fees and it is not financially viable for us to take on your case if you have lost less than £3,000.

Housing Disrepair


1. Can I get compensation for housing disrepair issues?
A: Yes, depending on the circumstances, you may be entitled to compensation for housing disrepair issues. Our experienced lawyers can assess your case and guide you through the process.

2. What are my rights as a tenant in a housing disrepair case?
Tenants have the right to live in a safe and habitable environment. If your landlord has failed to address necessary repairs, we may be able to help you get the work done.

3. How do I know if I have a valid housing disrepair claim?
If you have experienced issues such as mould, leaks, pest infestations, or structural damage in your rental property, you may have a valid housing disrepair claim.

4. How can I document housing disrepair issues to strengthen my case?
Take photos or videos of the disrepair, keep copies of any communication with your landlord regarding the issues, and document any expenses incurred due to the disrepair.

5. Are you able to act on a no win, no fee agreement?
Yes. We will only get paid if we win your case. We do not ask for any money upfront.

Commerical Litigation

1. What types of legal cases fall under commercial litigation?
A: Commercial litigation encompasses a wide range of disputes, including breach of contract, business torts, intellectual property disputes, and more.

2. How can RHL help me with commercial litigation?
We work with a network of lawyers in commercial litigation cases, to help you negotiate settlements, and advocate for you in court if necessary.

3. What types of cases fall under commercial litigation?
Commercial litigation encompasses a wide range of disputes, including breach of contract, business torts, intellectual property disputes, and more.

4. How long does the commercial litigation process typically take?
A: The duration of a commercial litigation case varies hugely depending on the complexity of the issues involved.

5. What are the costs associated with pursuing a commercial litigation case?

RHL offers transparent pricing and will discuss the costs associated with your case upfront. We can also explore payment options with you.

6. What are the potential outcomes of a commercial litigation case?
Potential outcomes of a commercial litigation case include settlement agreements, court judgments, and financial compensation for damages incurred.

7. Can I pursue a commercial litigation case on a contingency fee basis?
RHL offers flexible fee structures, including contingency fee arrangements for certain commercial litigation cases. Contact us to discuss your options.