This is such a good service!
I overlooked one aspect of your question back to me. About the value of my claim.
I had submitted 305 claims, after working 3 hours per day, five days per week for ten months, when my available clients dried up.
XXX have paid me on 33 (around £3,100) but not on a further 39 (£4,800) they had confirmed had been paid out - and have maintained silence about the other 270 - saying that the agreement is now terminated. They simply unplugged me from the online progress reporting system.
I am asking the court to award £4,800 for what they have declared but not paid, PLUS an order for disclosure, by XXXX to me, concerning a schedule of the cases they have failed to disclose information to me about, (which will either lead to another claim or they will disclose and pay, I hope - I estimate around £20,000 in all).
That promise to make information constantly avaible about progress and what i was earning is made in the prospectus - rather than in the agreement, but I am hoping it has weight even so?
Is a county court district judge able to make an order for disclosure?