Legal Malpractice

We have come to rely on professionals whether it be in the field of medicine or law. We rely on them  to responsible, ethical and provide reliable and competent services. For the most part, that is what we receive from professionals. Except when we don’t.

If you believe that your attorney acted improperly and in so doing damaged your legal case, you might have the basis for a legal malpractice suit. The only way to know for sure is to consult with a lawyer that specializes in legal malpractice. Many general lawyers are reluctant to take a case against one of their peers.

According to the American Bar Association, the following are the most common forms of lawyer malpractice:

  • Failure To Know And Properly Apply The Law
  • Failure To Timely File The Complaint
  • Failure To Calendar Critical Deadline
  • Failure To Obtain Clients Consent
  • Conflict Of Interest
  • Failure To Follow Client Instructions
  • Abandonment
  • Malicious Prosecution
  • Improper Withdrawal From Case
  • Lost File or Critical Document
  • Conflict Of Interest
  • Clerical Error
  • Fraud On Client

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