Preparing For COVID-19

Posted March 17th, 2020.

Categories: Uncategorized.

The new coronavirus has taken the nation, and the world, by storm. Fortunately, the United States does not yet have the virus as bad as certain other countries around the world. Even better news, we can actually ensure it stays that way by taking various precautions and preparations. Some of the things you and your […]

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What is the Difference Between an Ethics Violation and Legal Malpractice?

Posted March 10th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

There are few things more disconcerting than hiring an attorney who fails to live up to expectations, especially if you paid a significant amount of money for one. What’s more, attorneys not coming through frequently results in serious legal difficulties that can drastically impact your life. Unfortunately, this happens more than we’d like to admit, […]

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Can I Sue An Attorney For Deceiving Me?

Posted March 3rd, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Attorneys are legally obligated to always have their client’s best interests at heart. That is why if you have recently been taken advantage of by a deceptive attorney, you are most likely hurt and enraged. Here at the Law Offices of Mark S. Guralnick, we understand how important it is for our clients to attain […]

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How do I Know if I Can Sue an Attorney?

Posted February 18th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When people need legal assistance, they turn to attorneys. They trust that the person they hire will honestly and effectively do their job. Fortunately, in many cases, attorneys will take extreme caution and diligently work on your behalf, however, there are other scenarios where this simply does not happen. If you believe you are a […]

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What is the Legal Malpractice Lawsuit Process Like?

Posted February 11th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice, Uncategorized.

There are few things more unsettling than hiring an attorney to help you with a legal matter, only to have that attorney make your situation even worse. Though it sounds unbelievable, the unfortunate reality is that it happens more than we’d like to admit. Fortunately, our firm has been dedicated to helping victims of legal […]

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What is a Fiduciary Duty?

Posted February 4th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When you have a job, you are obligated to do that job honestly and to the best of your ability. Attorneys are no different, except that they are also legally responsible for doing their jobs honestly and with great care. This is known as a fiduciary duty. If your attorney broke his or her fiduciary […]

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How Do I Sue a Lawyer for Neglecting to Address a Lien?

Posted January 21st, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Once a lawyer wins a settlement, he must then consider all outstanding liens his client has. A lien, simply put, is a payment that must be made to retain possession of a property belonging to another person of which you are indebted to. Once the debt to the person is discharged, the client can keep […]

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Does a Conflict of Interest Count as Legal Malpractice?

Posted January 14th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you trusted an attorney with your legal situation and that attorney made your life even worse due to negligence, incompetence, or ulterior motives, you may have a valid legal malpractice lawsuit. Conflicts of interest are oftentimes considered a form of legal malpractice, and if you believe your previous attorney had a conflict of interest […]

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Can I Sue an Attorney For Losing my File or Evidence?

Posted January 7th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

People hire attorneys to help them when they need it most. Not only is this a legal obligation, but it is also a moral and ethical one. When people who not know the ins and outs of the law that can only be attained through attending law school, and, even more importantly, years of experience […]

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Can I Sue an Attorney For Failing to File a Tort Claims Notice?

Posted December 24th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Those injured either on government property or by a public employee will have to file a tort claims notice if they wish to take legal action against them. Essentially, this is a simple formality that notifies a government agency that you are filing a lawsuit against it. However, simple as it may be, certain attorneys […]

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