Professional negligence solicitors

When you put your trust in a professional, you expect them to deliver. If the service you receive fails to meet the expected standard, you’ll naturally want to complain. That’s where we come in. Every day, the professional negligence solicitors at Talbots Law fight to help people like you claim for the mistakes that have been made.

If a professional has given you incorrect or defective advice or they have missed key deadlines, your first move should be to seek sound legal advice on how to bring a claim against them. While companies and individuals may act defensive about their standard of work, if they breached a duty of care, it’s up to them to put it right. At Talbots Law, our professional negligence solicitors work every day to ensure clients speak up when they’ve been let down.

Why choose Talbots professional negligence solicitors?

At Talbots Law, we aim to deliver every promise. When a client comes to us looking to make a claim against a professional, we take it upon ourselves to take care of them and ensure their voice is heard. It may be a small business or a large corporation – nothing is too much of a challenge for Talbots. We know that it may be daunting to bring a claim against a company, which is why we’ll drive the claim forward with tactical negotiation and determination to succeed. At Talbots Law, we never say no. Even when the evidence to support your claim could be stronger, we will always try to protect your interests and claim compensation for your loss.

Which professionals can I claim against?

The term ‘professional’ means someone who specialises in the service they offer. It could be an accountant or financial advisor, a builder or surveyor - the list is extensive. When you enlist the services of a professional, you expect them to have skills that are above average - after all, that’s why you sought their help. As a professional, it is their duty to deliver the high quality service they have promised in the contract. If they breach that duty, you are within your rights to claim for the money you paid for their services.

What do I need to prove in order to make a successful claim?

When a professional promises to deliver their service to a high standard, that’s exactly what you expect. If the outcome falls below this standard and you are unhappy with the service, you might consider claiming against them. However,

in order for your professional negligence claim to be successful, you’ll need to be able to prove that the service that you received was below the standard defined by the professional. Typical professional negligence claims arise when it’s clear that the professional in question could have done more to meet the standards defined in the agreement, for example if your solicitor missed a deadline and lost your compensation as a result. The more evidence you can find that demonstrates their negligence, the stronger your claim.

At Talbots Law, we believe that mistakes should be To get started on making your claim, speak to the professional negligence solicitors at Talbots Law today on 0800 118 1500.

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