Incompetent Legal Representation — We Hold Other Attorneys Accountable

Attorney malpractice can harm your case and ability to receive compensation. When lawyers provide incompetent legal representation, your case can suffer. It can be difficult to know what to do when you can no longer trust your attorney — we can help you hold your attorney accountable.

At Glickman & Glickman, we have decades of experience handling legal malpractice claims on behalf of victims. When you run into a legal situation, you need an attorney you can trust. Failing to follow professional standards and lawyer negligence are forms of legal malpractice, and you can take action if you believe you have been a victim of malpractice.

We hold attorneys accountable for their actions — contact us to discuss your case.

Types Of Inadequate Legal Representation

Incompetent legal representation can come in many forms. We have handled cases involving:

  • Failure to file claims or documents on time
  • Failure to properly advise clients
  • Failure to prevent legal errors
  • Failure to know the law pertaining to your case

Attorneys are supposed to follow a "standard of care." When they fail to properly follow these standards, they can be held liable if your case was harmed and their actions caused monetary damages.

We Prepare Every Case As If It's Going To Trial

Our law firm can review your case to determine if the actions of your attorney were negligent or failed to follow professional standards and the damages that occurred as a result of your attorney's actions. We prepare every case to go to trial, and we will build a strong case to help you receive fair and full compensation.

We represent clients throughout California. If you believe you have a case with actual damages in excess of $100,000, call us at 310-746-5116 for a free initial consultation. Or contact us online through our secure form.

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