Slater Heelis have built a strong reputation for handling negligence claims against accountants, solicitors, surveyors, financial advisors and other professional service advisors.
We work with business owners, individuals and developers to build their case and map out an effective legal strategy. The expertise of our professional negligence solicitors covers pre-action correspondence, letters of claim, court proceedings, as well as alternative dispute resolution such as mediation, arbitration or expert determination.
We can also provide professional legal advice on the various funding options available to you – from existing legal expenses insurance or purchased insurance, to conditional fee agreements and funding for litigation costs.
Our solicitors pride themselves on bringing any professional negligence claim or malpractice to a swift and successful conclusion. The breadth of experience in our team affords us an understanding of the range of requirements and outcomes that are likely as part of any given case.
Several of the partners within Slater Heelis’ Professional Negligence department, including Helen Brown, Chris Bishop and Sunil Mohindra, are also active members of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association (PNLA). The PNLA is comprised of a network of specialist solicitors, all of whom adhere to the organisation’s regulatory guidelines regarding claims of professional negligence.
Our ongoing involvement with the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association sets us apart from other local law firms and connects us with a wider national network of professional negligence solicitors and experts. In turn, we are better able to ensure that the legal advice we provide is entirely up to date with any recent developments in legislation.
What our clients say about us…
“Finally may I take this opportunity to give my sincere thanks to Helen Brown for all your efforts on my behalf. Without your help I have no doubt that my position would have been very bleak. Again, thank you.”
Philip W. Gaitskell, Litigation Client