Clients engage and rely on the expertise of trained professionals to minimise potential risks and to ensure that they get the best results possible. Clients will always expect those hired to perform their duties in line with the highest professional standards. However, this is not always the case and clients may find themselves a victim to grave impropriety. In such cases, clients may seek disciplinary action against the professional in addition to claiming for compensation for losses suffered. Most professions have established their own independent disciplinary board and we are able to advise clients on the different procedures involved and the limited disciplinary sanctions available.
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