Free advice

The first step in our cooperation is to get acquaint with a case. Short and reliable presentation of your case will be a basis of our analysis. Next, we will present you information on a possible solutions and chances to win your case with all costs included.
Advice is free. This type of consultation does not give legal advice.

Running a case – scope

When a case is to be run by us, a detailed scope of services is prepared for our Clients with information on a payment method and its amount.
In order legal advisers could represent a Client before the courts, they are to be given a proxy for all procedural steps concerning a given case.

Accomplishment of a case

Procedures taken by HAWK depend on a type of a case such as :
a) direct negotiations both in writing and via telephone – to solve direct problems on the road, to mediate in conversations with clients, carriers or with representatives of local authorities,
b) amicable recovery of Polish and foreign debts (negotiations, telephone contact, dunning letters),
c) contacts with Polish and foreign public authorities in a case of seizure of a vehicle or in a case of administrative penalties,
d) contacts with insurers : in cases of compensations or a litigation with an insurer,
e) judicial recovery before Polish and foreign courts,
f) pleas on behalf of our clients before Polish courts.

Payment conditions

Terms and conditions of payment are listed in a contract signed between a Client and our law firm. The contract includes either an agreed amount for a type of a case or a sum corresponding to a number of steps taken to successfully finish our Client’s case.
The exact sum depends on an amount of a claim and its complexity.
There is a possibility to calculate a part of remuneration on a basis of a success fee.
In court cases reimbursements of legal representation costs are additional source of remuneration for our law firm, the amount of which is governed by the regulation of the Minister of Justice of 22 October 2015, on fees for legal advisers ( Journal of Laws 2015, par. 1804).