Financial Advisers - Professional Negligence
The relationship between a financial advisor and their client is usually one of trust and reliance.
Often, when you go to a financial advisor it's because you have little knowledge of finance and investment and you want to rely on their knowledge to succeed.
If you depended on the advice they gave you and something went wrong then you may have been a victim of professional negligence.
If the advice was given but you didn't rely on it then unfortunately you may not have a claim.
Poor financial advice can lead to significant losses in the future compromising your quality of life. Whether you want to recover some or all of financial loss you've suffered, a solicitor can help.
If they admit they are at fault then the case is relatively easy to prove but in most cases an admission of guilt has to be brought out through a claim.
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If you think you are entitled to make a negligence claim, we will be delighted to offer you no obligation advice.
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