Professional Negligence Claims
Have you been professionally let down?
We have assisted with claims for financial negligence, legal negligence, and negligence in the property industry.
What is professional negligence?
A professional such as a Solicitor, barrister, estate agent, surveyor, architect, accountant, or financial advisor have a duty of care to their clients. Negligence is when you feel you have been given poor advice or bad service that has affected your state of affairs.
Trying to understand the legal system is very challenging, that’s why we seek and appoint a legal professional to do the job, however sometimes they let us down.
Has your Solicitor or barrister neglected your legal matter, missed deadlines, made mistakes or has provided a poor service? If so you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
Types of Claims:
Early settlement of Personal Injury claims for too little money
Poor advice or service that causes a loss
Missed limitation or Court deadlines
Not following your instructions properly
Issues with the buying or selling of a property
Had a bad experience with selling or buying your home... or perhaps an inaccurate surveyors report has cost you dearly? We trust professionals to deliver a certain standard of service and if they have not been up to the mark, you may be left to pick up the pieces. If this is the case you may have a claim for Property Negligence compensation.
Money is precious, it enables us to eat, drink, have shelter, and be comfortable. Placing trust over our financial affairs in the hands of an expert is a scary prospect. Imagine losing that money through another person’s negligence. Have you received poor financial advice or service by an accountant or financial advisor? If so you may have a claim for professional negligence compensation.
There is a time limit - you must claim within 6 years of the date of the negligent act.
At PJW Law we are here to support you and explain each step of the process it takes to start a claim.
We feel that such matters are best talked about either face to face or ear to ear. Make an appointment or give us a call to have a chat to us about your situation.