attorney client privilege

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...

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...

Determining Vital Aspects of Your Legal Malpractice Case

There are a number of reasons why an individual may choose to sue their attorney for malpractice. First of all, you’ll need to figure out exactly what your attorney did to facilitate a malpractice suit, and there are three basic categories to consider...

Determining whether Your Attorney is in Breach of Contract

Legal malpractice claims arise for a variety of complex reasons. Primarily, they are a result of a client feeling as though their previous case was treated without the level of expertise and competence that they had been led to expect when hiring that...