At Stirling Ackroyd Legal, we understand that it can be challenging to budget for legal fees – especially during this trying time with the current hardships we are all facing.
Our Litigation department works to bring claims against professionals when they get it wrong.
In today’s society, we are becoming increasingly dependent on professional advisors to guide us and represent our best interests. Individuals assuming this responsibility must be accountable for their actions and work with reasonable care and skill.
Our Approach to Professional Negligence
Our experienced dispute resolution lawyers effectively action the use of the provisions of the Professional Negligence Pre-Action Protocol. They are often able to obtain early and cost-effective settlements for clients. Our substantial experience aids this in the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution, such as mediation.
Professionals that we can work to resolve to include:
- Financial advisors and managers
- Architects and surveyors
- Engineering professionals
- Insurance brokers
- Property agents
When taking a claim on professionals, they will, in most cases, be covered by insurance, meaning that as a client, you will be able to recover the majority of your legal costs and some or all of your losses.
If you need legal advice regarding the acquisition and licensing, call us today on 0203 058 3365 or email us at our enquiries page.
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