Legal Malpractice Attorney in Camden County, NJ
For more than 30 years, the Law Offices of Mark S. Guralnick have been the leading choice in New Jersey Legal Malpractice, helping numerous clients recover damages from an attorney’s negligence. Our wealth of knowledge in other legal matters gives us the insight needed to prove your attorney acted negligently and you were adversely affected by his or her actions. When choosing a legal malpractice attorney, you need to choose someone that can prove the case within the case. For most legal malpractice cases, you would have had to have a winning case before a court would consider awarding damages.
Pick The Right Attorney For Your Case
Our principal attorney, Mark S. Guralnick, Esq., is ready to assess your case and guide you through your legal matter with the dedication, determination, and compassion you deserve from your legal malpractice attorney. If you have a legal malpractice case, don’t delay. Contact The Law Offices of Mark S. Guralnick for a no-fee consultation if any of these situations apply to you:
- Lawyers who miss the statute of limitations
- Lawyers who fail to interview crucial witnesses
- Lawyers who fail to return calls or answer emails
- Lawyers who fail to sue the proper parties
- Failing to give timely notice of tort claim under federal or state law
- Failing to serve timely Notice of Intents in state medical malpractice cases
- Failing to serve timely Affidavit or Certificate of Merits in malpractice cases
- Failing to perform conflict-of-interest check
- Neglecting pre-trial deadlines
- Ignoring pre-trial discovery opportunities (such as depositions and subpoenas)
- Forgetting to respond to the adversary’s discovery requests
- Neglecting to retain an expert witness (or the proper expert witness)
- Misunderstanding the law or the procedure.
- Misapplying the law to the facts of the case
- Settling a case without a client’s consent
- Ignoring the client’s wishes
- Making an error in a record search
- Making a mathematical error in calculating damages or payoff amounts
- Misplacing evidence or files or other important papers
- Failing to account for tax consequences of a settlement
- Failing to advise a client about insurance considerations
- Failing to address Medicaid and Medicare liens on settlements
- Failing to address workers compensation liens on settlements
- Failing to address child support liens on settlements
- Failing to address doctor’s liens, health care liens and letters of protection.
- Negligently delegating work to an inexperienced lawyer without supervising them
- Negligently referring work to other law firms or lawyers without the client’s permission.
- Negligently referring work to other lawyers without screening them first.
Contact Our Firm
When your life has been negatively affected by a lawyer’s actions or inaction, it may be time to discuss your situation with an attorney. The Law Offices of Mark S. Guralnick has over 30 years of experience helping clients just like you get the compensation they deserve. Don’t wait. Contact our firm today to discuss your legal matter.