Is it worth complaining to the SRA about a solicitor?

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sashatrew

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Hello
I'm considering complaining about a solicitor to the SRA. A LB member,
having seem my correspondence with the solicitor, believes that I have
solid reasons for a complaint. The solicitor in question is representing
someone that I'm suing in the small claims court.
However, Trust Pilot reviews about the SRA (*all* of them negative!),
suggest that the SRA is not an effective regulator and that I'm likely
to be wasting my time. See https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.sra.org.uk.
Do these reviews chime with your experience and knowledge of the SRA? Is
anyone aware of 'success stories' where he SRA has taken action against
a solicitor or a firm?
Posted 29 Mar 2022

silvialong says
It's certainly worth it to take up our complaints with the SRA if a solicitor wronged you. Solicitors must always follow the Solicitors Regulation Authority Code of Conduct, so it's recommended to complain right to the source if you're not satisfied with their service. I took my issue to the SRA after another attorney from https://federal-lawyer.com/what-are-the-charges-for-ppp-loan-fraud/ told me that the solicitor I worked with on a case committed fraud by making fraudulent promises that were not fulfilled and by misrepresenting fees and court costs. I also sued them for fraud.td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}
Posted 29 Mar 2022

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