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We step in when your lawyer fails.
Lawyers practice law, but they are not above the law. Like doctors, they are held to certain professional and ethical standards, and if they negligently or purposely fail to meet those standards they should be held responsible.
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We restore your trust.
The law can be complex and confusing. When a client hires an attorney, the client places an extraordinary amount of trust in that legal advocate. If that trust is broken because a lawyer fails to do his job, we are here to help.
We help you determine whether legal malpractice occurred.
An undesired outcome in a legal matter does not necessarily mean a lawyer committed malpractice. But certain types of mistakes should not occur if a lawyer or law firm exercises reasonable care. The following mistakes may indicate your lawyer committed malpractice:
- Failing to meet a deadline imposed by a law or regulation, including a filing deadline such as a statute of limitation.
- Failing to identify a conflict of interest between the lawyer’s interests and the client’s.
- Providing representation in an area of law where the lawyer has inadequate knowledge or experience.
- Making or failing to correct significant drafting errors in contracts or other documents.
- Failing to properly investigate a matter.
- Failing to conduct and respond to discovery.
- Failing to hire and designate expert witnesses.
We get results.
for a company whose lawyers failed to adequately represent it in litigation.
for the loss of intellectual property due to a law firm's negligence.
for an immigrant due to negligence by his former immigration attorney.
$641,858 Jury Verdict
for a man wrongly convicted due to attorney malpractice.
for legal malpractice caused by a law firm’s failure to track filing deadlines, leading to the loss of patent rights.
for a client whose criminal conviction was caused by legal malpractice.
*The outcome of any client’s case will depend on the particular legal and factual circumstances of the case.
See how we will get you justice.
We gather all the necessary information and begin evaluating.
Using the information, we assess the strengths and weaknesses of all possible claims and defenses.
Filing the lawsuit.
This starts the formal litigation process.
Exchange of information.
This is called the discovery phase and includes exchange of information and documents, and testimony under oath.
Oftentimes the parties will attempt to resolve the case by using a neutral third-party to help bring the sides together.
If mediation or negotiations are unsuccessful, the next stop is the courthouse.
Wondering if we can help? The first step is an initial conversation. Leave us some information below, and our team will contact you quickly to gather more information.