Dealing with a claim against a negligent surveyor  

Has your surveyor made a mistake that’s caused you loss?

 

If your surveyor failed to spot a building’s structural defects, overlooked problems with land or gave an inaccurate valuation, you could be entitled to damages.

 

Our solicitors help businesses and private individuals obtain compensation for financial loss caused by a surveyor’s negligence.

 

Do you have a claim?

Call +44 (0)1892 506 139 for a no obligation consultation

Whether you’re buying a home or a commercial property, surveyors owe a duty of care to you. If they do negligent work, and you suffered loss or damage, you could make a claim.

 

If your surveyor left things out of their report, didn’t make the necessary enquiries, or missed structural defects, rot, infestation or subsidence, our expert lawyers can help.

 

We will explain the scope of your surveyor’s responsibilities, calculate your losses, and present your claim in the most compelling way – giving you the best chance of success.

How we can help

Our specialist professional negligence solicitors have won many high value and complex claims as well as straightforward ones. In many cases we settle before legal proceedings even begin – see the various alternative dispute resolution options here.

 

We also have a broader legal team of construction and property experts standing by. Together we will  work towards resolving your case quickly and efficiently.

 

Don’t worry about the cost of pursuing your claim either. We offer a range of flexible funding options to meet your particular circumstances – including ‘no win no fee’ terms.

 

Because claims must be made within a time limit, it’s vital to call us as soon as possible. Our expert solicitors offer a no obligation initial consultation and will talk you through the process of pursuing a claim.

 

For a no obligation initial consultation, simply call +44 (0)1892 506 139 or complete the contact form below.  Our experienced lawyers are ready to help.

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