Legal Malpractice Statute of Limitations

Find Your Rights Against Legal Malpractice Statute of Limitations

The statute of limitations is a deadline established by law by which time you must file your lawsuit or be forever barred from doing so. Most statute of limitations are from one to three years.

So, if you hired a lawyer and you just discovered that he/she failed to file a lawsuit with the court before the legal deadline, your claim is over. You now have one year from the date you discovered your lawyer’s failure to file a lawsuit against him/her for legal malpractice. What’s your next move?

You call James at the Traut Firm. James handles all legal malpractice cases for the firm. This type of case is a slam-dunk. It is the equivalent of a rear-end vehicle collision. The only issue in dispute is usually just the value of your lost claim and perhaps fees and costs.

Get Help Recouping Your Losses From Attorney Malpractice

If you are the victim of a negligent attorney who’s has botched your chance to file a lawsuit, take action. Speak with James Traut at the Traut Firm by calling 714-835-7000. You can also contact us online. Consultations are free and confidential.

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