If you receive poor service or advice from an accountant or financial advisor, which has caused you financial loss, you may be entitled to compensation, please call us on [phonenumber] to discuss your case, or alternatively, fill out the simple form opposite and we will call you back at a time convenient to you.
More Information about Claims Accountants or Financial Advisors
As a providers of specialist accountancy or financial advice, all accountants and financial advisors, owe their clients a common law duty of care. They will also often have a contractual relationship with their clients as well.
Was the service provided substandard?
In order to establish a claim against an accountant or financial advisor, the standard of service provided by the advisor must be substandard as judged by the standards of those claiming to have that same set of skills and abilities, i.e. his fellow professionals. This means that poor service does not always amount to negligence. In order to pursue a case, you will also have to establish that you have suffered a financial loss as a result the poor advice or service.
Possible reasons to claim
Claims against accountants or financial advisors can arise in many different circumstances:
- The provision of incorrect tax or accountancy advice resulting in the overpayment or underpayment of tax;
- Failure to adhere to strict inland revenue deadlines;
- Incorrect completion of self assessment forms;
- Failure to complete due diligence accurately.
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For expert advice on the application the law relating to professional negligence, please contact one of our specialist solicitors on [phonenumber]. The call is free and you will speak to a qualified and experienced solicitor, who will be more than happy to discuss the details of your case with you. Alternatively fill out the form to the right and we will call you back.