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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Legal Malpractice FAQ: What You Need to Know

Posted December 17th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Individuals who need legal assistance are often at their most vulnerable. That is why it is so important that they retain the legal help of an attorney who is intelligent, knowledgeable of the law, acts with integrity and treats his clients with respect. Fortunately, our country has thousands of attorneys who do just that on […]

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Is Implementing a Negligent Strategy Grounds for Suing an Attorney?

Posted December 10th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you are someone who has recently hired an attorney to help with a legal matter, only to find that he or she carelessly made the situation even worse via a negligent strategy, you are most likely looking to hold that attorney accountable. Fortunately, our experienced legal malpractice attorney is here to help. Please read […]

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What Classifies as a Deceptive Trade Practice?

Posted November 26th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you have recently hired an attorney who has intentionally mislead you in some way, causing you to suffer damages, there is a very good chance you will be able to sue that attorney. All false or deceptive advertisements or unfair consumer practices, known as deceptive trade practice acts, are subject to severe penalties from […]

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What Constitutes a Legal Malpractice Claim?

Posted November 20th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

We hire attorneys to handle legal affairs that we cannot handle ourselves. Fortunately, our nation has some of the brightest, most resourceful and responsible attorneys in the world, specializing in all different types of law, from family to personal injury. However, there are some instances in which people hire attorneys who neglect to fairly, honestly, […]

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How to Sue a Negligent Attorney

Posted November 12th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you hired an attorney to help you with your legal troubles and that attorney made your problems even worse, there is a very good chance he or she committed what is known as “legal malpractice.” Now, that being said, you may not sue an attorney simply because he or she did not attain a […]

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What is a Breach of Fiduciary Duty?

Posted October 29th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

We trust attorneys to faithfully represent our best interests, 100%. Fortunately, this is usually the case, however, there are attorneys out there who simply make negligent mistakes, and there are also attorneys who will willingly take advantage of a client in a vulnerable situation. This is completely unacceptable, and if you find yourself a victim […]

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Can I Sue a Legal Professional For Failing to Address a Lien?

Posted October 22nd, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When a lawyer wins a settlement, he or she is legally obligated to address any outstanding liens his or her client may have. There are several different types of liens, though essentially, a lien is a right to keep possession of property belonging to another person until a debt that person owes is fully discharged. […]

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