In life, we rely and pay professionals for their services. Occasionally, the advice or service given can be below the required standards of ‘duty of care’. If you have been given inadequate advice or conduct from a qualified, professional person and lost out financially as a result, you may be entitled to make a claim for professional negligence.
Professionals are legally bound to exercise “reasonable skill and care” when dealing with clients. If they fail to do this and their mistake was one that a reasonable professional working in the same field would not have made, and the client lost money as a direct result of the mistake, then they are liable for damages.
What to expect from us
We have an excellent track record in successfully concluding claims against various professionals such as solicitors, barristers, accountants, architects, surveyors, estate agents, insurance brokers, banks and financial advisers.
Once you have realised that your appointed professional, has been negligent, we appreciate that it can be difficult to take the step to pursue a claim against them. This is especially so, when your appointed professional has been in a position of trust and confidence. It is however, important that you do take that step.
It is our objective to identify all issues and assess the prospects of your claim a quickly as possible. Once we have done this, it is our aim to give you real advice which not only advises you of your legal position but also considers your own situation and requirements.