What is professional negligence?
Sometimes professionals that you rely on make mistakes that have a negative impact on you and your affairs. This can be classed as professional negligence.
If you feel like you have been let down by a professional or have any questions around what counts as professional negligence, we can help.
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Professional Negligence Claims
When you receive advice or a service from a professional such as a solicitor or financial adviser, you expect it to be of a certain standard. If the service you receive falls below this standard, and you experience damage or a loss as a result, then you may be able to claim for professional negligence.
Sometimes professionals can make mistakes, provide incomplete or incorrect advice, or deliver a substandard service. All of these can qualify as a breach of their duty of care to you.
If you have experienced problems as a result of professional negligence then you may be able to claim.
At Burt Brill & Cardens, we can act for you to claim against the following:
- Architects & Planning Consultants
- Estate agents, surveyors & valuers
- Financial advisors
- Insurance brokers
- Solicitors & barristers
Professional negligence claims against solicitors
One of the more common forms of professional negligence is solicitor negligence, with clients wanting to sue a solicitor after something goes wrong. In legal matters, a solicitor or barrister can provide poor legal advice that causes you loss or damage. Solicitor negligence cases can involve them missing deadlines, not following your instructions correctly, and making mistakes in legal documents.
If you think you have experienced solicitor negligence then our solicitors can help.
Your Initial Consultation
To arrange your initial consultation, call our professional negligence team today on 01273 604 123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. At your initial consultation you can speak to a solicitor and discuss your unique situation, what has happened, and what outcome you are looking for.
Your solicitor will discuss with you:
✅ Your specific circumstances and the factors involved.
✅ The law around your case.
✅ Whether you can make a claim and how best to obtain it.
✅ How we can help in the most time and cost effective way.