Claims Against Professionals
Our professional negligence solicitors are specialists in dealing with claims against professionals. We can advise if you have suffered as a result of inadequate service and are considering making a professional negligence claim.
Making a claim against a professional
Professionals, people like solicitors, accountants, surveyors and others, are expected to perform their responsibilities to a reasonably competent standard. If they don’t, and you lose out as a result, you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
If you appoint us, a named professional negligence lawyer from our civil litigation team in Exeter will support your case from start to finish and keep you informed throughout the process. We will start by meeting with you to discuss your case and any legal deadlines for making a claim against a professional. We can also advise on options for funding your case.
We will need to see all the paperwork, so it is important that you keep hold of any records, documents and correspondence that may be relevant to your professional negligence claim.
Contact us for a quote or to book an initial consultation meeting with one of our professional negligence solicitors.
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