Professional negligence advice for your business
‘‘A professional advisor that you can rely on’’
Compensation to help get your business back on track.
If you believe that a professional advisor has made a mistake that falls below the standards of a reasonably competent professional in their sector, then this means you may be able to make a professional negligence claim against the advisor. More often than not, from our experience, the advisor will be covered by an indemnity policy that has been put in place to protect them financially from such claims.
We have many years of experience in claiming against professional advisors and we understand that it can sometimes be difficult to make a claim against them, especially when there is a long term relationship that needs to be kept. Conversely, an aggressive approach may need to be taken. Either way, we’ll take on board any concerns you may have and provide you with professional negligence advice on your terms.
Our experienced professional negligence solicitors can advise you on claiming against:
A surveyor has an important part to play in telling you the value or the condition of a property. If they fail to do this properly, it can have significant financial implications.
A good accountant will give you advice on protecting your assets, reducing your costs and improving your profits. If an accountant makes your assets vulnerable, increases your costs or reduces profits from mistakes, then you may be able to make a claim against them.
It is well known that architects spend many years honing their craft and so it can be disappointing in circumstances where their plans have caused losses through structural or material issues, which should have been foreseen when a building has been built. A claim, therefore, against an architect could help recover some or all of your losses.
- Financial Advisors
Many people put their trust in a financial advisor with their money and so it can be a huge breach in this trust should you lose a considerable amount of your business’s money through negligent advice.
As solicitors ourselves, we know that you place your trust in us to keep you on the right side of the law, or help you in a time of distress or need. When a solicitor fails to advise you properly, it can cost you time, money and more often than not, leave you with further problems that require fixing.