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Pure Legal entered administration in November 2021. Since then, some of the clients who previously instructed Pure Legal are facing legal costs arising from their claims being struck out by Courts. Read below to find out more about the potential professional negligence available for such individuals.

Who was Pure Legal?

Pure Legal was a North-West based firm specialising in high-volume consumer litigation. Kroll Advisory were appointed as administrators on the 2nd November 2021 and the administration will continue until November 2023.

What types of cases was Pure Legal instructed on?

  • Interest-only mortgage complaints
  • Data Privacy and GDPR breaches
  • Litigation involving cavity wall insulation
  • Holiday sickness
  • Housing Disrepair

Why can courts strike out a claim?

Courts will commonly strike out claims where solicitors have failed to issue court proceedings before the expiry of limitation periods, failed to meet court deadlines, failed to comply with court directions and failed to serve documents on time. Some Pure Legal clients have had their claims struck out as Pure Legal allegedly failed to comply with court orders or update After the Event insurers on progress of the claims.

What are adverse costs?

Courts may order Claimants to pay adverse costs when their claims are struck out. These include:

  • Legal fees of their opponents
  • Disbursements and expenses
  • VAT and interest

How can Specters Solicitors help you?

If you are now facing adverse costs or your claim was struck out by Court, you may have a potential professional negligence claim against your solicitors.

Specters Solicitors have over 25 years of experience in acting for clients whose claims were struck out due to solicitors’ negligence. We may offer “No Win No Fee” agreement and encourage any affected Pure Legal clients to come forward and make their claims.

If you have been affected by professional negligence and want to see if you may have a claim, contact us below today.