Niall Innes is a professional indemnity lawyer dealing with claims against a number of professions ranging from solicitors and barristers to IT professionals, financial advisers and estate agents.
The claims involve traditional claims for breach of contract and negligence but also dealing with disciplinary proceedings. Innes also gives policy advice to insurers and deal with challenges to decisions to decline indemnity. He has particular experience dealing with claims involving dishonesty.
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