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How do I file and win a legal malpractice case in Colorado?

A legal malpractice case against a former attorney must be filed within two years of the date that the client knew or …

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What are the elements of a legal malpractice case in California?

When you hire a lawyer, you expect them to handle your case with diligence, care and professionalism. Sometimes they break …

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Can I sue my lawyer or attorney for legal malpractice in Massachusetts?

Lawyers (also called attorneys), like most other professionals such as physicians, architects, accountants and nurses, owe a …

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Can I sue my divorce or personal injury attorney in Colorado?

Two of the most common areas of legal malpractice are divorce cases and personal injury cases. Divorce Legal …

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I Think My California Lawyer Committed Malpractice. What Can I Do About It?

Most attorneys care about their clients and diligently pursue their matters. Unfortunately, even careful attorneys sometimes …

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What Should You Do If You Just Received An Ethics Or Licensing Board Complaint In The State Of New Jersey ?

Unfortunately, you are the subject of an ethics grievance. It is upsetting, but most often can be effectively defended. Two …

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