Is it Legal Malpractice if My Attorney Pursued a Negligent Strategy?

Posted January 19th, 2021.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When someone hires an attorney and that attorney fails to represent his or her client’s best interests, there is a very good chance that the attorney is guilty of legal malpractice. One of the most common ways in which an attorney can commit an act of legal malpractice is by pursuing a strategy that is […]

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Can I Sue an Attorney if He Ignored My Wishes?

Posted January 12th, 2021.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you are someone who hired an attorney to assist you with a legal issue, you expect that attorney to always work towards your best interests. After all, an attorney that does not put his or her client’s issues at the forefront is not a very good attorney at all. Unfortunately, there are plenty of […]

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Do I Have a Legal Malpractice Claim if My Attorney Lost My File?

Posted January 5th, 2021.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

If you are someone who recently had a pressing legal matter, there is a very good chance that you turned to an attorney to help resolve that matter, as only attorneys have the power to handle critical legal matters on their own. Most attorneys take their duties seriously, as they have attended years of schooling, […]

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What Happens if My Attorney Fails to File a Tort Claims Notice?

Posted December 22nd, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Oftentimes, when someone is injured due to no fault of their own, they will retain the services of an experienced personal injury attorney who will fight for the financial compensation they need to heal. Generally, as long as the attorney can prove negligence was the cause of the accident, there is a very good chance […]

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Suing Attorneys for Deception in New Jersey | What You Should Know

Posted December 15th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

There is nothing worse than hiring an attorney you trusted to help you in your time of need, only to find that your attorney deliberately deceived you in some way. Not only is this morally reprehensive, but it is also unlawful. Attorneys are legally obligated to defend the best interests of their clients through every […]

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Can I Sue an Attorney for a Breach of Fiduciary Duty?

Posted December 8th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Oftentimes, when people have serious legal matters that need dealing with, they turn to attorneys to help in any way they can. It is not easy to become an attorney, and it takes years of schooling and experience, which is why in most cases, we do not consider that our attorney will neglect his or […]

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What Constitutes a Legal Malpractice Claim in New Jersey?

Posted December 1st, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

There are few things more frustrating and disappointing than hiring an attorney to help you through a time of need, only to discover that the attorney you hired failed to appropriately handle your legal matter. Though most attorneys are hard-working, dedicated, and devoted to working towards their clients’ well-being, the unfortunate reality is that not […]

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Is it Legal Malpractice if an Attorney Fails to Address a Lien?

Posted November 20th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When someone is injured in an accident that was simply not their fault, they oftentimes will retain the services of a personal injury attorney who will work to recover financial compensation to help cover the cost of their medical bills, lost wages, and more. Fortunately, most personal injury attorneys are dedicated to their clients and […]

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Is it Legal Malpractice if an Attorney Has a Conflict of Interest?

Posted November 12th, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

As you know, when a legal issue arises, individuals will turn to an attorney who can work to resolve the issue both efficiently and within the means of the law. Unfortunately, there are times where attorneys act unethically, and oftentimes, acting unethically does not reflect the best interests of the client. One of the most […]

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Frequently Asked Questions Concerning Legal Malpractice in NJ

Posted November 3rd, 2020.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When someone hires an attorney to represent their best interests, they expect exactly that–in fact, attorneys have a legal obligation to exclusively work to protect their clients’ best interests. This is known as a fiduciary duty. That being said, in many cases, attorneys breach this fiduciary duty, and their clients are significantly harmed as a […]

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