- Price Transparency Era - Toward the end of 2018 The Solicitors Regulation Authority introduced new rules to ensure clients have the best possible information on solicitor’s fees at the outset. Law firms are now required to publish price and service information on their website for the following areas of law; residential conveyancing, probate and employment tribunal claims to name a few. The aim is to provide greater transparency to clients enabling them to make informed decisions about their legal matter.
- Grants of Representation - A Grant of Representation is the document required to confirm your authority to deal with the estate of an individual who has died. A Grant of Representation can be necessary whether or not the deceased left a Will.
Professional negligence claims can be complex. Whether you think you have a claim, or are worried a claim may be made against you, it is important to seek advice early from a specialist solicitor. We will guide you through every stage of the process if it comes to a formal negligence claim and help you achieve the best result.
Making your negligence claim
If you feel that you have been given poor advice or someone has not delivered work to the required standard, you may be entitled to make a claim.
We can help you to identify the best way of resolving the issue.
You may be able to claim if someone’s actions (or lack of actions) have led to serious consequences for your business including:
- Loss of money
- Loss of time
- Loss of opportunity
Our team of experts will work closely with you to minimise the impact on your business.
We will assess the circumstances of the potential claim, evaluating the consequences that came from any poor or improper advice you received.