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Throughout our lives we often need to take professional advice. We trust those who advise us in a professional capacity but there can be times when their advice is wrong, of a poor standard or provided carelessly. If that results in your suffering financial loss or a loss of opportunity you might have a professional negligence claim entitling you to compensation.
We have years' of experience in advising clients and representing them in relation to various types of professional negligence claims about poor advice. By way of example these have related to :
You might well have an entitlement to compensation for professional negligence if we can prove that:
(a) Your professional advisor failed to adhere to common standards of practise in their profession; and
(b) Another professional in their field would have offered you different advice.
We will consider your case and tell you whether we think you have a claim. We'll be delighted to discuss matters on a no obligation basis.
Subject to your circumstances and factors in your case, we can also discuss funding options with you. That might include our acting for you on a "no win no fee" basis acting with the benefit of legal expenses insurance or representing you as a private fee paying client.
We will be keen to discuss all the options with you and aim to provide you with a clear, simple, down to earth advice. We’ll start as we mean to go on.
If you'd like to chat about your concerns relating to professional negligence and for our free initial advice, please call Freephone 0800 294 4410
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