Surveyors are often instructed to advise during the purchase of property. If a Surveyor makes a mistake, this can be expensive and may deprive the Buyer of seeking a reduction in the price of the property or, alternatively, may have caused the Client to buy a property that he would not have otherwise purchased.
Examples of some of the mistakes that may be made by Surveyors include:
- Failing to spot a defect in the property;
- Failing to inspect the property properly;
- Failing to identify dry rot, woodworm, cracking and subsidence, producing an inadequate report;
- Failing to warn of issues that require further investigation.
We understand that one of the biggest concerns Clients have when considering whether to pursue claims through Solicitors is the legal costs involved. We can provide initial advice through a telephone call or meeting to advise you whether the claim is worth pursuing. If you decide to pursue the case further, we have a variety of funding options available which do not necessarily involve you paying costs up front. In certain cases, we are able to offer No Win No Fee agreements.