Assessing Your Professional Negligence Claim Free of Charge.

If you would like one of our specialist professional negligence solicitors to assess the merits of your claim then all you have to do is send us basic details of the case. The more information you give us, the better equipped we will be to provide you with a comprehensive assessment of your professional negligence claim.

Ideally, we would like to see:-

  • A description of the service the professional was retained to provide.
  • A summary of why you think the professional has been negligent. What did he or she do (or fail to do) that was wrong?
  • An estimate of the financial loss you have suffered as a result of the professional's negligence.
  • Your reasons for believing that this loss would not have been suffered had it not been for the negligence.

When you have compiled this information then email it to the head of our professional negligence team, Lee Dawkins, who has over 20 years experience of dealing with professional negligence claims and is a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association (PNLA) at lee.dawkins@sleeblackwell.co.uk

Alternatively, you can contact us by phone on 0808 139 1595.

Once we have received your details we will undertake an assessment of the merits of your professional negligence claim and provide you with our assessment, completely free of charge. We can also advise you about legal costs and consider whether your claim would be suitable for funding under our No Win-No Fee (conditional fee) scheme.

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