Every individual and business will, at some point, require the assistance of a professional advisor. From deciding whether to invest in a particular asset, obtaining legal advice, accountancy and audit, or a wide range of technical obligations individuals and corporates place their trust in advisors, and rely upon their expertise in order to make important life and commercial business decisions.
When professional advisors fail to meet the standards required of them, the result can be financial and emotional turmoil for their clients, who are then faced with a decision about whether, and (if so) how, they are to hold their advisors to account. On the other hand, such turmoil may arise even when a professional advisor has provided an impeccable service.
CANDEY has a significant and long track record of many professional negligence claims against a host of professional advisers, lawyers in particular.
We have an enviable track record of obtaining justice in these difficult situations. Our solicitors and barristers bring not only a wealth of legal expertise to the table, but also a commercial and practical approach that means the big picture is never out of sight.