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Professional negligence lawyers in London and Thames Valley


Claims against professionals involve a number of challenges, including the need to show that the Defendant has fallen below the standards of his/her profession, which invariably requires expert evidence. In reality, claims are not defended by the professionals themselves but their insurers, who will use all available steps to minimise their liability. We regularly act in such disputes.

We have experience of claims involving other lawyers, accountants, architects, surveyors, engineers and other professions.

One of the leading dispute resolution teams in the region.”

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  • Litigation and dispute resolution

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  • Litigation and dispute resolution

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  • Litigation and dispute resolution

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  • Litigation and dispute resolution

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  • Litigation and dispute resolution

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  • Litigation and dispute resolution

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