Breach of duty of care. Researching examples seem to gravitate around physical things eg an accident. Can Breach of duty of care apply to advice? Ie if a person gives financial / business advice and guidance (which is the subject of my claim) and they have not done reasonable ‘things’ that would be expected of them which ends up in loss can this relate to potentially (subject to being proven) a ‘breach of duty of care’?
So you don's say in breach of what?
Can you clarify? should I use breach of contract or breach of agreement. Is there such a thing as breach of agreement?
So its 'Breach of contract' or 'Breach of duty'
I guess there can be a claim could involve a breach of both contract and duty?
There is no written contract, just a verbal agreement