Bad Advice Can Cause You A Legal Malpractice Claim
The lawyer representing you has provided business transaction advice, probate advice, or other legal advice that turns out to be wrong or contrary to your interests. For legal malpractice purposes, sustaining economic losses may be a cause of action for legal malpractice.
Of course, a lawyer is not expected to have a crystal ball. You must show in your case that the lawyer’s advice was not merely the result of poor strategy or judgment. But if the advice is contrary to law, or if no reasonable lawyer would give such advice, then you have a remedy.
If something like this has happened to you, you may be able to file a legal malpractice claim. By doing so, in the underlying case, you can recoup your financial losses caused by bad advice.
Get Help Recouping Losses Caused By A Lawyer’s Bad Advice
If you are the victim of bad advice from your attorney or have been harmed by a lawyer’s bad advice, call James Traut at the Traut Firm. You can discuss your situation, your losses, and your options. Talk with us by calling James at 714-835-7000. You can also contact us online. Consultations are free and confidential