Collectively, our attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience suing attorneys all over the State of Texas, as well as other states across the country. Contact us if you wish to pursue a claim against your attorney. The following includes some, but not all of the types of cases we can assist you with:
- Attorney missed deadline(s) or statute of limitations;
- Attorney charges an unconscionable (i.e. unreasonable) fee;
- Attorney over bills the client for hourly fees;
- Failure to disclose conflict of interest;
- Attorney entered into business dealing(s) with client;
- General attorney negligence.
Keep in mind that attorneys owe their clients a “fiduciary duty”. This is the highest duty imposed by law. An attorney must put your interest (the client) ahead of their own. If you think your attorney put their interests ahead of yours and caused you harm, give us a call.
Winning a legal malpractice case depends on several factors. First, you must prove that mistakes were made in your case. Then, you must show how your outcome would have been different, had those mistakes been avoided. Of course, each case is different, and there are numerous details involved which can complicate things quickly.