Poor advice or negligence by an Accountant?
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- Over 15 years experience
- Specialist solicitors
- Professional friendly service
The different types of Accountants are generally regulated by two professional bodies and they are required to have insurance to cover mistakes and to adhere to a strict code of professional conduct in respect of their clients. They can however make mistakes resulting in a financial loss for their clients.
Examples of Accountants negligence may include:-
Mr and Mrs S owned a flat which was classed as a business asset for tax purposes. In the Spring of 2013, they decided to close their business and sell the property. They approached their accountant for advice on the tax implications of taking this course of action.
We are an award-winning team of solicitors who specialise in professional negligence and financial mis-selling claims. We use our many years of experience and knowledge in this area to obtain and scrutinize relevant documents from financial advisers, stockbrokers, CFD providers and other associated entities. Using our specialist knowledge of the law of contract and negligence we identify any grounds for action. We submit written complaints, detailing every allegation and are successful in most of our cases.
We offer an absolute and guaranteed No Win, No Fee agreement, it’s that simple. If successful, we take a fee of up to 20% (plus 4% VAT) * Of the award of compensation. If unsuccessful, our clients pay us nothing.
* We reserve the right to apply a deduction in more complex or higher risk cases of up to 30% plus VAT. Typical examples might be where there are multiple parties to claim against, where time limits for claiming may have passed or new areas of law are tested.
Have you suffered financial losses on a SIPP operated by a SIPP operator? If so, then you may have grounds for bringing a No Win No Fee claim.
Some SIPP operators have entered into dealings with third party advisers who are not authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority to give pension or investment advice. This is despite their regulatory body publishing alerts and giving warnings against such actions.View More