Legal Malpractice & Professional Negligence
Legal Malpractice and Professional Negligence
Legal malpractice claims can arise when an attorney does not exercise reasonable care with a client’s case. Common violations in legal malpractice cases can include missed deadlines when serving paperwork to another party or filing important documents with the court which can be detrimental to a client’s case.
If you had an attorney-client relationship and you believe the attorney did not exercise reasonable care with your case, you may be entitled to compensation. An experienced personal injury attorney can help you navigate the complex details required when filing a potential lawsuit against an attorney. Legal malpractice suits require proof of negligence or what would have happened had the attorney not been negligent.
Some forms of legal malpractice include:
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Misconduct by a Trustee
- Misconduct by an Executor of an Estate
- Misconduct by a business partner, shareholder, owner
At Wendt Law Firm P.C., our experienced legal team will investigate your case and determine if you have a claim for legal malpractice or professional negligence. Contact us today for a free consultation. We will only receive a fee in the event of a successful resolution of your case.