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If your accountant has caused you to incur an unnecessary financial loss, you may be able to sue them for professional negligence. If you have a case and it passes our panels merit test, we will carry your case forward on a no win no fee basis.

An Overview of Accounting Negligence

Individuals and business owners use accountants because they trust them to handle their finances professionally, accurately, and without any mistakes being made. An accountant must be experienced and knowledgeable in accounting and finance in order to do a good job.

If you use an accountant who mishandles your finances, it can cost you a lot of money. Not only could it affect your investments and businesses, but it could affect your own personal livelihood as well. As a result, you will suffer great emotional and financial stress. An accountant who mishandles your finances is a negligent accountant.

Signs of a Negligent Accountant

Here are some ways that you can spot a negligent accountant:

  • They gave you false or inaccurate tax advice.
  • They filled out your tax returns incorrectly.
  • They failed to file your tax returns.
  • They performed an inaccurate financial audit of your books and records.
  • They filled out your financial documents incorrectly or inaccurately.
  • They conducted a false financial analysis.
  • They did not specify the tax consequences of a particular financial decision.

It doesn’t matter if your accountant intentionally committed an error or not. Negligence occurs whenever an accountant does not live up to their duty of professionalism and care for their clients’ finances.

Do Not Wait to Act

Most states have time restrictions on how long you can wait to file a professional negligence claim. The average time limit to file a claim in court is 3 to 6 years from the date in which the damage first incurred. If you’d like to know more information about the time restrictions in your state, then contact our attorneys for further assistance.

Accounting Negligence Attorneys

It is wise to contact an accounting negligence attorney whenever your accountant’s negligence has caused you to suffer financially. Our attorneys are specifically trained in the laws surrounding accounting negligence. We can help you file an accounting negligence claim in court against your accountant and fight to ensure that you receive 100% compensation for the damages they caused you. We’ll manage every step of this process for you.

Some of our services will include:

  • Reviewing your claim to determine if accounting negligence had occurred.
  • Determining the strength and value of your claim.
  • Figuring out the best way to pursue maximum compensation.
  • Figuring out the best way to reduce the risks involved.
  • Offering ways to lower your financial burden throughout the litigation process.

Our firm has the most qualified accounting negligence attorneys in the state. We’re highly trained and experienced to manage your claim for you. Contact us for a free consultation to learn more about our services and how we can help you recover from the damages that were caused by your accountant.