We are an independent panel of solicitors specialising in claims against negligent solicitors.
All of our pre-approved solicitors operate in England and Wales and are fully registered with the Solicitors Regulation Authority and we can promise you they all offer a helpful and friendly service.
We appreciate the difficulties you must have been through to come to us and we don't believe in further patronising our clients with cloudy language and difficult legal "mumbo-jumbo".
At Sue my solicitor we aim to match you up with the right solicitor for your case; one that will deal with you in a simple courteous manner.
We help you to issue a claim against your previous solicitors when they've neglected to deal with you or your legal matters properly.
We know it can be stressful having to deal with the legal system at the best of times so when your solicitor doesn't do their job properly it can have devastating effects on what is already an upsetting situation.
There is a legal term for this kind of lack of care by the professional you put your trust in; professional negligence. Thankfully there are ways you can get back in control of your situation.
If you feel you are the victim of legal injustice at the hands of your solicitor please get in touch with us for a free no obligation consultation via our contact form.
Your claim will be assessed and vetted by one of our approved panel members and by one of our trusted barristers.
All of our solicitors act on a "No Win, No Fee" basis meaning you will not have to pay them a penny unless your claim is successful. What they charge you then will be limited to a percentage of what you get so there will be no nasty surprises, no hidden charges and no "small print".
Not necessarily. It's always best to get professional advice first to make sure you don't say something in a complaint that could later prove to be unhelpful in the context of your negligence claim. Also if you go through the legal ombudsman you will have to sign away your right to make a claim before you can accept any award that they may make. We can help to advise you on the best way to proceed with a free consultation.
Yes. All Solicitors have to have professional indemnity insurance in place as a requirement of being able to practice. We can easily find out a firm's insurance details from the Solicitors Regulation Authority so you can still make a claim.
Yes. Sometimes solicitors work for free on a "Pro Bono" basis. However they still have the same duty of care towards you as with any other solicitor.
Yes. Your limitation period is normally six years from the date of the negligence. However there are frequent exceptions to this rule especially if you are not aware of any negligence or on the part of your solicitor until a later date. If you're not sure if you are still eligible to make a claim it is best to get in touch with us for a free consultation and we can advise you.
We appreciate that it can be difficult finding the right legal help so we asked some of our panel firms to share some case studies.
Hover over the images below to hear the stories. Names have been changed to preserve anonymity but the details of the cases are all correct.