Proving Legal Malpractice

Most legal malpractice cases comprise two parts:

  1. What wrongs the lawyer committed
  2. What damages the client has suffered or what would have happened in the case if the lawyer had done everything right

In order to obtain fair and full financial compensation, it must be proven that both damages and wrongs have been suffered. In addition, there must be evidence to prove that the attorney's mistakes caused the damages.

At Glickman & Glickman, we hold Lawyers Accountable for professional negligence, negligent misrepresentation, breach of contract and other legal malpractice. If you have lost money or lost a case due to attorney negligence, we will thoroughly and diligently prepare a strong case strategy on your behalf. Our legal team will be strong advocates for you at every step, whether in negotiations or courtroom litigation.

Contact us for a free initial consultation. We return all messages promptly.

Knowledgeable Los Angeles Professional Negligence Lawyers

When a professional falls below the standard of care for those practicing in that same area, and that failure causes damages, negligence has occurred. Attorneys are held to this same standard, and in these cases it must be proven that the negligence or mistake that hurt the attorney's client deviated from the "standard of care" for that practice area.

Our California legal malpractice lawyers have the knowledge and skill to assist with even the most complex attorney negligence claims. We keep up-to-date with the laws and statutes pertaining to legal malpractice, and also have the legal skill to retry the original case in order to obtain optimum benefit for our clients.

If you feel you have a legal malpractice case with actual damages in excess of $100,000, call us today at 310-746-5116 for a free initial consultation. Or, if you prefer to send an e-mail, you may do so using our secure online form.

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