What constitutes attorney malpractice?

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What constitutes attorney malpractice?

What constitutes attorney malpractice?

As with other areas of malpractice, attorney malpractice occurs when the professional has breeched his or her duty to provide services reasonable within the scope of his/her expertise for the geographical region. Several factors must exist for one to be successful in proving attorney malpractice.

Your legal malpractice attorney will have to prove that there was malpractice committed on the part of your original counsel and also that if there had not been malpractice; you would have been awarded a jury verdict.

Something to consider in making this determination would be whether there was a reasonable settlement offer made. This might indicate that your case was in fact valid and that malpractice might well have occurred. To be sure of your legal standing, you should consult a reputable legal malpractice attorney to review the details of your situation.



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