You have the right to expect capable and effective representation when you hire a legal professional. However, sometimes this standard is not met. When these expectations are not reasonably met, you may have grounds for a legal malpractice claim.Our clients include individuals, families, and businesses who have suffered due to the negligent conduct of a legal professional.

An attorney can commit malpractice in a number of ways. Some things are clear, such as failure to file a complaint within the statute of limitations or failure to argue a claim which causes you to lose certain rights. Other cases of legal malpractice are less obvious and may include both malpractice in litigation as well as malpractice in a documenting and recording a business transaction, but may nevertheless support a malpractice lawsuit against your former attorney.

Legal malpractice is a very specific concept. A lawyer is guilty of misconduct when he or she is guilty of one or more of the following:

  1. Negligence
  2. Breach of fiduciary duty
  3. Breach of contract

Our MBH attorneys provide clients with experienced representation. We can help you recover damages suffered as a result of your inadequate representation.

Legal representation can be costly, both in terms of money and the effect that inadequate representation can have on your life. Our MBH legal attorneys can help to protect you in the event that previous counsel has proven ineffectual or damaging. We are committed to helping clients obtain justice.