Professional Negligence Solicitors
What is professional negligence?
A professional negligence claim is brought against an individual or company, which has been paid for expert advice and assistance. Sometimes these professional advisers recommend the wrong action or take steps on our behalf that prove to be careless, and often these actions can cost us money.
Poor or careless advice can occasionally lead to very serious consequences. It may mean you lose a court claim, pay too much tax or buy a house with structural problems that you should have been aware of.
If you feel that you have been let down by a professional adviser and suffered a financial loss or loss of opportunity as a result, then please feel free to contact us at The Claims Partnership. We want you to discuss your concerns in your own time and in your own words. We do not mind how long it takes to discuss your problem. We’re simply here to help. We do not charge for any of our services unless and until we win your claim.
Who can I claim against for professional negligence?
- Financial advisers
- Insurance brokers
- Tax consultants
Common types of professional negligence
- A solicitor misses a court deadline and you lose your claim
- A solicitor fails to take into account evidence or important information which results in less compensation
- An architect produces a flawed design, which results in a building being over budget or being structurally inadequate
- An accountant improperly advises you or incorrectly prepares your accounts, resulting in you paying more tax than you should or suffer a financial loss
- A financial adviser or insurance broker gives you poor financial advice which causes you to lose money
- A surveyor fails to identify structural problems in your home or building, which means your home is worth less than you paid or reduces your enjoyment