The following pages are for information only. We are not taking on new professional negligence claims at this stage and cannot assist with any enquiries regarding your case. Please refer to the law society website to find a local lawyer
If you have been the victim of poor or negligent advice received from your bank, solicitor, accountant, architect, surveyor or other specialist, you may be able to claim compensation for professional negligence.
We have a team of dedicated professional negligence lawyers who can advise you on your prospects of taking legal action against the party or parties who provided the bad advice.
Our professional negligence team is headed by partner Richard Lindley who is a solicitor on the Negligence Panel Referral Scheme operated by the Law Society.
If we are able to take your case further, we will provide you with a completely free legal opinion on the merits of your case. We will advise you in detail about how your claim may proceed.
If we feel that your case has merit, we will consider dealing with the matter no win no fee. However this arrangement is not available for matters involving builders or construction firms.
Please be aware that our No win No fee services does NOT include payment of disbursements which may be incurred in order to establish negligence.
This site is owned and managed by TO BE CONFIRMED who are REGULATIONS TBA. We are a firm of compensation lawyers who specialise in claims against professionals who wrongly advise their clients.
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