Letter of claim in respect of proposed proceedings against a barrister for negligence
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Letter of claim in respect of proposed proceedings against a barrister for negligence

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  • Letter of claim in respect of proposed proceedings against a barrister for negligence

[ON THE HEADED NOTEPAPER OF CLAIMANT’S SOLICITORS]

FAO [HEAD OF BARRISTERS CHAMBERS]

[NAME OF CHAMBERS]

[ADDRESS LINE 1]

[ADDRESS LINE 2]

[POSTCODE]

[DATE]

Dear [insert organisation name]

[PROSPECTIVE CLAIMANT’S NAME] AND [PROSPECTIVE DEFENDANT’S NAME]

LETTER OF CLAIM

We write further to our letter dated [insert date of your preliminary notice of claim, if sent].

That letter was a preliminary notice of claim sent pursuant to the Pre-Action Protocol for Professional Negligence, and required an acknowledgment by [insert date].

We are in receipt of your letter dated [insert date] acknowledging receipt of the preliminary notice. [However, we await confirmation that your professional insurers have been advised of the circumstances of our client’s claim against you. We also request that you pass a copy of this letter to them, and confirm to us that you have done so.]

    1. 1

      Overview

      1. 1.1

        As you are aware, we act for [insert Claimant’s name].

      1. 1.2

        We are instructed that you previously acted for our client in connection with [insert summary of the barrister’s retainer]. As more particularly detailed below, it is our client’s position that as a result of your negligent acts [and/or omissions] our client has suffered [considerable] loss and damage.

      1. 1.3

        [Having] [reviewed the documentation you previously provided], [and having taken steps to identify and mitigate its loss], [O OR o]ur client now intends to pursue a claim against you arising from your identified below. Accordingly, this letter is to be treated as

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