- Childcare arrangements and social distancing - The knock-on effects of the global pandemic are huge. This challenging time is particularly hard for separated parents, who may face challenges with maintaining on going childcare arrangements. Some of the problems being highlighted to our offices include: A parent becoming symptomatic and falling into the self-isolate category, being unable to assist with handovers and [...]
- The number of cohabitating couples is on the rise - The ONS (Office of National Statistics) completes UK-wide survey every year. The survey covers a range of demographics including living arrangements. The 2017 survey highlighted that cohabitating couples (couples who live together but are not married) were the fastest growing family type, and the 2018 report confirmed that the cohabitating couple were the second largest family type in the UK. The number of cohabitating couples grew by 3.4 million people from 2017 to 2018.
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.