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Mark Walkington

MARK IMAGE 3 webprofessional-negligence-lawyers-association-pnlaMark is a member of the PNLA (Professional Negligence Lawyers Association).  

Mark is trained and highly experienced in helping people to resolve their disputes with others, as quickly and as economically as possible. The best advice is based on careful listening, a detailed understanding of the problem as you see it and your ideas about what outcome you want to achieve - or are willing to accept. Mark couples this with an ability to explain legal issues (which can be very complex) in a clear and friendly way. Unfortunately there are occasions when a client will come to us when they have not received the service that they envisaged from another solicitor. There could be grounds for a complaint, there could be grounds for a negligence claim. There is often a fine line to be drawn between a complaint about poor or inadequate professional service, and professional negligence. While a successful complaint to a regulatory body may entitle the client to compensation, it is unlikely to deliver all the redress that the client needs in order to achieve true recompense. We will assess each case and review the appropriate levels of compensation that can be recovered, and consider the merits and potential benefit of pursuing a claim.

Nick Stotesbury

 

step_logoNICK IMAGE 2 smallNick Stotesbury is a member of STEP (Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners), together with Edward White and Annmarie JonesMark Walkington is a member of PNLA (Professional Negligence Lawyers Association).

These associations are only open to members with specialist knowledge. We are therefore able to offer you three specialist lawyers who together bring you a unique blend of expert knowledge in this highly specialised area.

Nick was admitted a solicitor in 1979 and now has in excess of 35 years’ experience of estate administration and inheritance disputes that can arise following death. Nick also regularly deals with related tax issues. In particular Nick has expertise in claims under the 1975 Act and disputes as to the validity of Wills.

Initially Nick, Edward and Annmarie offer a free telephone call back service. In order to access this please complete and mail to us our free claim assessment form which you can access from the last link on the menu down the left hand side of this page.

Do please spend time in providing us with as much information as you possibly can at this initial stage. In this way we can on receipt provide you with swift and free advice on whether or not you have a claim that is worth pursuing.

If we consider your case is worth pursuing Sarah or Nick will contact you in order to provide you with specific advice as to the prospects for your Claim and how it might be taken forward. At that stage they will also be able to advise you on the various different ways in which you might be able to pay for your claim.

 

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