We have a wealth of knowledge and experience in handling a range of claims involving the negligence of a professional. If you don’t believe that your solicitor, accountant or surveyor did their job properly we can help by looking at the circumstances of your case and the consequences of any negligence advice you may have received.
It is important to get expert legal advice as soon as possible after being advised by a negligent professional. There is a strict six years deadline from the date of the negligent act to bring a claim, even if you didn’t know the act was negligent at first.
To be successful the professional must have breached the duty of care owed to you, which breach has caused you a loss. Breach of duty means the service or advice fell below the standard of a reasonably competent professional in the same discipline. Poor service alone is insufficient to make a claim.
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