If you have been the victim of legal malpractice, you need an experienced litigator at your side to protect your rights and get the recovery you deserve.
Attorneys in Texas are held to the standard of a reasonably prudent attorney. An unfortunate result in a legal matter is insufficient, by itself, to form the basis of a legal malpractice claim. To prevail on a legal malpractice claim, you must establish that your attorney failed to act with the diligence required of a reasonably prudent attorney or lacked the minimum degree of skill, prudence and knowledge required. A claim for legal malpractice can arise from, among other things: letting limitations expire; giving erroneous legal advice; disobeying a client’s instructions; taking action without authority; and improperly managing a client’s case.
When legal malpractice occurs, it damages the trust that people put in attorneys. Legal malpractice can result in significant financial loss, as well as worry, stress, and anguish. If you believe you may be the victim of legal malpractice, contact Thomas Williams McConnell PLLC today to schedule a free consultation.
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