Solicitors Specialising in Claims against Architects
When commissioning any building or arranging other building works, it’s essential that any building is fit for the purpose for which it was designed. Architects are highly qualified professionals and their services don’t come cheap. Whilst most architects produce consistent work of a very high standard, there are occasions when architect negligence does occur. It can prove very expensive to remedy any problem in a building designed by a negligent architect – that’s why architects have professional negligence insurance.
If you have suffered financial loss caused by architect negligence, and if you can prove that the work done by the architect is below the standards expected of easily competent architect, you may have grounds for a professional negligence claim.
Making professional negligence claims against architects is a complex area of law. As a result you need to ensure that the solicitor you instruct really knows what they’re doing. You can rest assured that our specialist professional negligence team have that expertise.
Suing Your Architect – Types of Negligence Claims
Common areas of architect professional negligence include:
- Negligent architect advice
- Inadequate plans/designs
- Insufficient project preparation;
- Inadequate project management;
- Failing to keep any project within budget;
- Contractual problems
No win no fee architect negligence claims
Our professional negligence team offer no win no fee agreements for any appropriate professional negligence claim against negligent architects.
Suffered Architect Negligence? Contact us first
Wherever you live in the UK, if architect negligence has caused your financial loss, get in touch with our specialist Professional Negligence Solicitors today.
We can take your instructions by phone or e-mail, or by meeting you in our Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset offices.
For a FREE first phone consultation about suing a negligent architect:
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