Phoenix Legal Malpractice Lawyer
When Legal Representation Goes Wrong
There is nothing terribly complicated about legal malpractice. If you retained an attorney who failed to provide quality legal services and you were damaged as a result, he or she may have committed legal malpractice. If an attorney’s work falls below the standard of care required by the legal profession in Arizona under similar circumstances, and you have sustained serious injuries and damages as a result thereof, you are entitled by law to seek compensation for your losses. This is true whether you are dealing with a lawyer from a large firm or a sole practitioner.
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If you believe you have suffered significant injuries or damages due to a lawyer’s negligence, you should contact the Law Offices of William D. Black at 602-265-2600 or 844-224-0054 or complete our form online. Our experienced team of lawyers and forensic experts will expedite and maximize your recovery. We handle cases of this nature on a contingency fee basis.
Good Examples of Legal Malpractice
Any one of the following are examples of possible legal malpractice:
- If your attorney waited too long to settle your case or file a lawsuit (statute of limitations problem).
- If, after accepting your case, your attorney did little or nothing to achieve your objectives.
- If your attorney engaged in sexual misconduct while representing you.
- If your attorney refused to account for all money received or spent in your case and you were damaged thereby.
- If there were any other significant acts of negligence which caused substantial injuries and/or damages to you or a loved one. Oftentimes we handle legal malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will not owe us anything unless and until we obtain a settlement or verdict on your behalf. We work with a number of well-qualified forensic experts who can help to maximize your recovery. You may have a valid claim and be entitled to compensation for your losses.