Legal Malpractice

All attorneys, including this one, carry a strong obligation to their clients to see to it that the legal matters you have entrusted to your Fort Lauderdale, Weston attorney are carried out without neglect. There are many complicated matters that could prevent an attorney from achieving the results that you may desire. But when an attorney clearly neglects his or her responsibility that may give rise to actionable malpractice.

So for instance if an attorney who is entrusted with overseeing deadlines, whether for completing a contract, a real estate transaction, an employment agreement, a notice provision to place against a potential defendant such as a cruise line, a statute of limitations, a cause of action may be available. If an attorney neglects to communicate a settlement offer to a client in a personal injury case which the client clearly would and should have accepted, there may be an actionable case against that attorney.

Secondly, in every potential legal malpractice case there must be proof of real and significant damages that occurred as a direct and proximate result of the attorney’s alleged neglect. Those of us who take our role as your legal representatives as the utmost honor, privilege and responsibility can still be guilty of malpractice – because frankly we are all human and capable of error. The legal malpractice attorneys of the Schulman Law Group are here to consider your particular facts and circumstances and advise you whether your attorney may be guilty and liable of legal malpractice.

If you have serious concerns that your attorney was actionably negligent in your representation you may call the legal malpractice attorneys at the Schulman Law Group to discuss your matter. Remember, legal malpractice case have statutes of limitations and must generally be brought within two years and therefore if you suspect that you are the victim of legal malpractice, you should immediately contact a legal malpractice attorney at the Schulman Law Group by contacting us toll free at (954) 349-3300 or contact us online.

Contact us for a free case evaluation today.