Instructing professionals to give advice, help and services to a business is normal practice be it surveyors, accountants, lawyers or other professionals.
Sometimes this advice falls short of what the standard should be. It may not reflect the agreed terms or the duty of care may not have been adhered to, this constitutes professional negligence. At Rubin Lewis O’Brien we have experts who can guide you through any potential claims against professional advisors.
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“I just wanted to take the opportunity to say how incredibly impressed I’ve been by the level of service provided by Abhinav Mohindru. He guided me through a situation that was incredibly difficult for me. I had a claim submitted against me that was founded on lies and misinformation. Not only did Mr Mohindru guide me as to how to respond and deal with it but he also offered a lot of reassurance as he could highlight how poor the submissions were from the claimant.
Mr Mohindru was knowledgeable, professional, factual on his advice and confident in his assertions which is exactly what I needed in that situation. I want to state that I would highly recommend him to anyone requiring legal assistance.
“It was a pleasure having Patrick as my solicitor, he was very professional and put me at ease throughout the process. He was easy to contact and always had time for me, I felt he had my interests at heart. I would recommend anyone wanting to pursue a claim to use Patrick. ”
“I found Mr Howarth approachable, very caring, understanding and patient with my limited law knowledge and helped me to build confidence to proceed with my case.”