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Lost money on your Enterprise House investment?

  • Overview

If you invested in the Enterprise House development in Leicester within the last 6 years you may have a legal cause of action against the firm of solicitors and insurance broker that acted on your behalf.

Investors from across the UK and overseas have lost their deposits following the collapse of the development and the liquidation of the deposit bond providers.

We believe the solicitors who represented investors failed to carry out sufficient enquiries into the viability, status and contract paperwork of the deposit bond provider, failed to maintain their independence and failed to provide adequate advice to the investors.

The deposit bond itself was wholly inappropriate for the purposes of providing security for the investors’ deposits and we are concerned that the insurance broker breached its regulatory obligations in recommending the bond to the investors.

Your Legal Friend has over 30 years of litigation experience and an impressive track record of success, recovering over £200,000,000.00 for our clients in the last 10 years alone. In particular, we have a reputation within legal services as a practice that fights harder to secure the highest levels of damages for our clients.

Our specialist professional negligence solicitors have the expertise to manage your claim successfully.

For an expert initial; assessment of your potential claim, call us now on 0808 149 4188 (calls free from landlines and mobiles). Or, just complete the ‘Start a new claim’ option on the right hand side of the page and we’ll call you straight back.

Lost money on your Enterprise House investment? 

If you’ve lost money on your investment in Enterprise House, Leicester,   then you may have a claim for compensation against the firm of solicitors that acted on your behalf.

Across the UK, hundreds of investors have lost their deposits following the collapse of the development and the deposit bond providers. 

We are keen to ascertain whether the solicitors that represented these investors carried out sufficient enquiries into the viability, status and contract paperwork of their deposit bond providers, and therefore whether these solicitors provided adequate advice to their clients.