Legal Malpractice

California Legal Malpractice: Preparing Your Case

If something that your attorney did, or did not do during your case lead to damages for you – for instance, your case being lost when it had every possibility of being won by a different attorney, then you might be well-positioned to put forward...

California Legal Malpractice Statute of Limitations

If you believe that you have been wronged by an attorney, and have experienced damages as a result, then you will be required to file your lawsuit within a certain period of time in order for the case to be considered by the Californian court. This period...

Legal Malpractice Statute of Limitations

If you have been wronged by an attorney or lawyer or any other legal professional, and that wrong has led to damage or injury to your person, then you will have the right to seek justice. However, it’s important to note that in order for that court...

Legal Malpractice: Failure to Know and Apply the Law

Within any legal case, an attorney is expected to act according to a specific standard of care when protecting his or her clients’ best interests. If your attorney fails to act as competently within his or her field of law, then that individual...

Legal Malpractice and the Standard of Care for Professionals

Most often, people associate the term “malpractice” with negligence or carelessness shown by a member of a professional group – such as a doctor, an accountant, or even an attorney. However, it’s important to keep in mind that...