Professional Negligence Claims
Our personal injury team are professional negligence claims specialists. Our dedicated lawyers have many years experience of pursuing successful claims against other solicitors for professional negligence.
We are one of the UK's leading personal injury law firms and our expertise and experience is a valuable resource to anyone seeking advice when they believe that their own solicitor has been negligent in the conduct of their personal injury claim.
We have successfully conducted professional negligence claims on a 'no win, no fee' basis arising out of many types of cases, including:
- clinical negligence
- asbestos disease claims
- traffic accidents
- industrial deafness
- work accidents
- workplace stress/bullying
Most solicitors who give advice deal with their clients in an efficient and competent manner however there are times when things go wrong and at that point you may need to take advice from a team with professional negligence expertise.
To succeed in a claim for compensation for inadequate services you will have to prove that there existed a duty of reasonable skill and care which has been breached causing you to suffer financial loss.
Our professional negligence claims expertise
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
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