Sue your barrister @claimsagainst

The idea of suing a Barrister can be daunting; after all they are legal experts. Don’t be put off. Barristers have strict codes of conduct which they must follow, so if your Barrister failed to provide services to a proper standard then you may be entitled to compensation. A Barrister can be negligent in either giving advice (in writing or in a meeting called a “conference”) or whilst representing you at a court hearing. Your claim must have arisen in the last 6 years.

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Do you have a claim?

Typical scenarios are where your Barrister has negligently advised:

• Your case has no chance of success.

• On the value of your claim.

• On a settlement deal.

• About the correct Defendant.

• On a limitation date/time limit.

However, there are lots of other situations where action can be taken; and our friendly, knowledgeable specialists will quickly help establish if you have a possible claim depending on your individual circumstances.

What does the Law require?

To win your case we need to establish that:

• The barrister owed a duty to you.

• The standard of care fell below that of a reasonably competent barrister and;

• As a direct result you have suffered a financial loss.


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