Claim against a solicitor | Professional Negligence solicitors in Leeds, Harrogate, Wakefield, Bradford, Manchester and London

We have over 20 years of experience in relation to claims against solicitors. This means that we are not only easily able to identify whether you have a viable claim, but we also understand how to be successful in these claims.

We have an excellent understanding of solicitors’ professional indemnity insurance which helps us advise you how this could affect or impact on any claim you make.

Members of our team regularly act both for and against solicitors, which we believe gives us a unique understanding of these particular types of claims.

The typical scenarios which may lead to a claim against a solicitor are:

  • Failing to advise on issues affecting property transactions
  • Missing deadlines
  • Mistakes in drafting a legal document including wills
  • Solicitor’s dishonesty
  • Undersettling claims

Solicitors’ negligence can arise from all sorts of different transactions and scenarios. We will work to resolve any issue that has arisen out of a solicitor’s negligence, and to ensure that you are adequately compensated for your losses.

If you have suffered financial loss (which we can help identify) as a result of your barrister and/or solicitor, get in touch for a FREE, no obligation chat. If we accept your case and you are happy with us, we can discuss a full range of funding options* with you. Call our professional negligence team now on 0800 988 7756 or submit an enquiry.

With solicitors in Leeds (central and north), WakefieldBradford, Harrogate, Manchester and London, we can bring our experience and knowledge to your claim, no matter where you are.

*Please note that we do not offer “no win no fee” agreements.

Expert Advice

Steven Newdall


T. 0113 297 3152

Steven has 25 years’ experience in professional negligence claims and is a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association. He acts for both Claimants and Defendants, and has a particular speciality in claims against solicitors.

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