If you have suffered a loss as a result of professional negligence you may be entitled to compensation.
If you have suffered a loss as a result of professional negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. The compensation could cover damages for financial loss, emotional distress, and other related costs. To pursue a claim for professional negligence, you will need to show that the professional had a duty of care to you, that they breached that duty of care, and that the breach caused you a loss.
The team compromises of two Litigation Executives, who do much of the day to day work on cases. Although they are not legally qualified, they have between 2 and 8 years experience and have received extensive training within our firm and work under the direct supervision of a Partner, with over 20 years, post qualification experience. We have a proven track record in achieving successful outcomes for our clients. You can find out more about our price information on our website.
Common types of professional negligence
Legal negligence: This can include errors in drafting contracts, failure to advise clients on legal risks or consequences, and missed deadlines.
Medical negligence: This can include misdiagnosis, delayed diagnosis, surgical errors, and failure to provide adequate care or treatment.
Accounting negligence: This can include incorrect financial advice, errors in tax returns or financial statements, and failure to detect fraudulent activities.
Architectural or surveying negligence: This can include errors in design or construction, failure to identify building defects or structural problems, and inaccurate surveys.
Engineering negligence: This can include errors in design or construction, failure to identify risks or hazards, and inadequate maintenance or repairs.
Financial negligence: This can include mismanagement of investments, fraud or misrepresentation, and failure to provide appropriate financial advice.
Our initial legal advice is at no cost to you, so speak to one of our specialists now.
What our clients have to say…