To err is human. But when a professional gives bad advice to a client in error, the consequences can be disastrous. Examples include:
Recent years have seen a rise in professional negligence claims. Our specialist lawyers are hugely experienced in the construction industry. Their expertise lies in dealing with professional negligence claims against professionals such as:
To be successful in a professional negligence case, you need to show the court or tribunal that
The types of duty of care vary from one profession to the next. They may also be owed to third-parties.
Making a claim for professional negligence can be complex, stressful and costly.
In the field of construction, there are many areas where a claim might be valid. Examples include:
We’ll help you to decide whether the professional has been legally negligent. If the answer is ‘yes’, then we’ll help you bring a professional negligence claim and advise you on legal liability, causation and loss.
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