30th May 2019
If you believe that your professional advisor has failed in their duty of care and you have suffered losses or damages as a result then you are likely to want to make a claim.
Professional Negligence claims are very complex and require the guidance, experience and knowledge of an expert to help you navigate the various steps.
To bring a successful claim you will need to demonstrate that the professional advisor had a duty of care. This is usually evident in a contract, terms of business or in your communication with them. You will also need to show that they breached their duty of care – for example, a missed deadline, poor advice, errors or mistakes. Thirdly, a financial loss will need to be shown. This could take the form of a fall in profits, a tax bill, fines, lost businesses or bills for additional services.
Lamb Brooks are able to offer a ‘no win, no fee’ arrangement, so long as your potential claim has a value of £10,000 or more and appears to have reasonable prospects of succeeding. This means that you will not pay any fees unless your case is brought to a successful conclusion. Fees will be explained fully following an initial assessment.
What could your compensation claim include?
The size of compensation you can expect from a professional negligence claim will vary depending on the extent of the loss. There are many factors that will contribute to the claim size, such as;
For advice please call Andrew Maidment on 01256 844888.
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