Barristers in England & Wales are governed by the Bar Standards Board to conduct cases with proper skill and care. You may have relied on a barrister to provide you with their Opinion on the Merits, Evidence and Quantum of your claim; to discuss the tactics of your case in conference, or represent you at a Hearing or Trial. When things go wrong, challenging a barrister or their insurers is never easy without specialist advice. We have expertise in barristers’ negligence matters and will assist you in seeking the compensation that you deserve.
Call us today on 01992 300845 for a free initial consultation.
Some areas where barristers’ negligence cases arise are:
- Negligent advice generally
- Incorrect advice on the law
- Poor representation at trial
- Negligent advice as to the correct Defendant
- Incorrect advice on Part 36 offers
- Failing in advice, evidence or procedural steps for an appeal
How much will it cost to bring a professional negligence claim?
Each case is different, but there are generally three ways to fund a professional negligence claim:
1) use existing insurance that may be held with your home, motor policy or with a trade union;
2) enter into a “No Win, No Fee” Agreement where our fees are met by the other side once the case is won, save for disbursements; or
3) pay privately on an hourly rate or fixed-cost basis.
DJS Law Solicitors will discuss all funding options with you and agree the approach that is most suitable for your circumstances.
How long do I have to make a claim?
Court proceedings will have to be issued within six years of the date of the cause of action (i.e. when you had sufficient knowledge of the material facts about the damage). In certain circumstances s.14A of the Limitation Act 1980 can be used to extend the limitation period for a further three years from the date of awareness that a loss had been suffered, up to a maximum period of 15 years from the date that the cause of action arose.
If you would like to discuss a Barristers’ negligence issue that has caused financial loss, fill in the online enquiry form to make a free enquiry today.
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