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Professional Negligence

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Barrister Professional Negligence

It is an unfortunate fact that sometimes individuals just do not possess the skills they advertise themselves to have. When a person in professional employment presents themselves as a specialist in a field, commits themselves to deliver a service to you as a consumer, then fails to deliver this service to an appropriate standard causing you a significant loss - you should be able to make a claim for professional negligence. There are a number of different employment areas in which professional negligence can occur. One of these areas is law, and it is possible to enter into a specific professional negligence claim against a barrister.

What Is A Barrister?

Most commonly, barristers are hired by solicitors to present a case in court. The solicitor is responsible for a barrister's pay and they will communicate with the barrister regarding the case. The solicitor's client and the barrister will not communicate directly. A barrister speaks on your behalf in court, presents the case to the judge and jury and examines/cross examines witnesses.

Barristers have an in depth knowledge of a particular area of law and it will be this area of law that they give legal advice on, manage cases for and prepare and present arguments in court for. Most barristers are self employed and either work out of their own office, or form chambers with a group of other barristers. Chambers are not legal partnerships; they are a group of barristers which come together to share costs of offices and administration. However some barristers do work for specific organisations or for government departments such as the Crown Prosecution Service. In this case all the legal work they complete will be for this company. Senior barristers may develop legal policy and strategy.

Claiming For Barrister Negligence

If you think you require compensation for the professional failings of a barrister, you should contact a specialist professional negligence lawyer today. Your compensation amount will be calculated in terms of the damages that you incurred as a result of their experience. There is a 6 year deadline within which to make a professional negligence claim as this is the time limit placed on civil claims in the UK. To find out more about the claims process click here.

Barrister Professional Negligence Legal Advice

Making an enquiry with 1st Claims is completely free of charge, so have a chat to one of our team to see how we can help you today. Call us on 0800 2888 693 or complete an online enquiry form here.

Every claim is different and our team will be able to talk you through every aspect of your potential claim and will provide a highly individualised service to ensure you understand the viability of your claim and the implications of claiming. Should you require us to, 1st Claims will then get you in touch with a solicitor who is perfect for you.

No enquiry obligates you to continue with your architect negligence claim or to continue your claim with us, so contact us today - you have nothing to lose.

Please call us free on 0800 2888 693 or complete our enquiry form on the right of this page and we will be in touch with you.

Remember, it costs nothing to call us or complete an enquiry, and you will be advised of all of the funding options available to you. You can then decide whether to take any further action or to do nothing else, but at least you will fully understand your legal rights.

If you have a complaint against your barrister, you can also use the free service of the Legal Ombudsman who you can take your complaint to and who will help you to resolve your matter.  They cannot however represent you in legal proceedings.


What Happens Next?

Complete a Quick Claim Enquiry and this is what you will benefit from:

  1. Advice on whether you can make a claim and how the claims process works from a specialist claims solicitor;
  2. Compensation - what can you claim for and how much are you likely to receive;
  3. Costs - your options for funding your claim; and
  4. An explanation of what will happen next if you decide to carry on and make a claim (how your solicitor will take care of everything for you).

All on a free, no obligation Quick Claim Enquiry Advice Call.

Call free now on 0800 2888 693 (from a mobile click to call: 01348 630 720) or make a Quick Claim Enquiry »

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