Lawyers' Negligence

Lawyers' Negligence


The negligence of solicitors, barristers and other legal advisers such as licensed conveyancers commonly arises either in the mishandling of property or commercial transactions or in the conduct of litigation. All the members listed here have experience in this field.

Conveyancing, property, probate and commercial matters

Members of Chambers have acted in solicitors' negligence claims in conveyancing and property matters such as trusts, easements, boundaries and title disputes; in probate matters; and also in the commercial field out of transactions such as the negligent handling of the sale of a company.

Peter Jennings has experience of a range of solicitors' negligence cases matters including property and commercial matters arising in a variety of sitauations.

Gavin Hamilton has experience in cases of conveyancing and business sales and Monty Palfrey of claims arising from the mishandling of landlord and tenant matters.

Gavin Hamilton has experience of claims arising from probate matters.

Litigation

Our practitioners in this field include Susan Solomon, Leo Curran, Anthony Coleman, Peter Jennings, Gavin Hamilton, Martin Strutt, Andrew Sheriff and Colin McDevitt.

Peter Jennings, Anthony Coleman and Colin McDevitt have acted in claims arising from personal injury and fatal accident cases.

Susan Solomon, Leo Curran and Gavin Hamiton deal particularly with cases arising out of the mishandling of family law litigation.

Peter Jennings and Andrew Sheriff have experience of cases arising from employment litigation.

Peter Jennings has also acted in claims arising from a variety of underlying cases ranging from civil actions against the police to admiralty actions.