Choosing a Legal Malpractice Attorney is Important.

Finding a lawyer who is experienced in legal malpractice is difficult. At RepresentYou.com, our legal malpractice lawyers have a minimum of 20 years of experience, malpractice insurance, and do not have any disciplinary action from any bar association. RepresentYou.com’s malpractice attorneys can potentially take your legal malpractice case on a contingency, “no win, no fee” basis.

Legal Malpractice is generally defined as when the legal dealings of an individual or a business are mishandled and are handled in a negligent manner. If there is gross misconduct and negligence, your attorney may be liable for damages. Finding a lawyer to handle a legal malpractice is very difficult many lawyers do not like legal malpractice cases. RepresentYou.com has a special panel of attorneys that deals with malpractice cases. If you have suffered financially, personally, or professionally as a result of negligent representation you may need a legal malpractice lawyer. There is a verity of different components and factors that constitute legal malpractice.

Common Case Types:

  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Conflict of interest
  • Failure to adequately prepare documents
  • Failure to complete due diligence
  • Failure to meet filing deadlines
  • Fraud
  • Improper billing
  • Insufficient discovery, investigation or preparation
  • Negligent advice
  • Signing documents without client consent
  • Theft
  • Violation of statutes of limitation

Finding a Legal Malpractice Attorney

RepresentYou.com has high standards for both our lawyers and our clients. When you call RepresentYou.com, an account representative will ask you to explain how you have suffered significant damages due to your lawyer’s legal malpractice. These damages can be the direct result of you lawyer’s negligent mistakes on a any type of common case type listed above.

You as someone in need of legal help rely on the expertise of your lawyer and if your lawyer can not provide you good, effective, knowledgeable and competent legal representation you, you may have a legal malpractice case.

Legal Malpractice Contingency Lawyers

A legal malpractice lawyer may take your case on a contingency fee basis which means there can be no legal fees unless you win your case. This means that if your RepresentYou.com panel member can accept your case, they may win your case and may get you a verdict or settlement your legal fees are paid as an agreed upon percentage of that settlement.

Call RepresentYou.com now and we may be able to help you find a lawyer experienced in the field of legal malpractice. Call our toll free number or submit your case online.

Why We're Different

If you have never had the need for an attorney and don’t know where to turn, finding an attorney at random, through the phonebook or internet, can be a risky venture. We are proud of the stringent qualifications that RepresentYou.com maintains for each attorney on our panel. RepresentYou.com was founded with the primary goal of making qualified, experienced, time-tested legal counsel available to every person, not just those who have the means and know-how to retain counsel.

  • We only offer experienced attorneys with at least 20 years experience
  • RepresentYou.com is State Bar certified
  • Over 1 Billion dollars in verdicts and settlements*
  • All our attorneys are insured for your protection
  • Our attorneys have no disciplinary record with any bar association
  • Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

*"One Billion Dollars In Verdicts and Settlements" Over the course of their individual careers, our panel member attorneys have collectively won over 1 billion dollars in verdicts and settlements for their clients. This does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.

**"No Win, No Fee" - Excludes all cases except personal injury cases. Personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. RepresentYou.com panel member attorneys may be able to take other cases on a contingency fee basis, however, as specific legal matters may vary, certain cases may require hourly fees.

*The referral is free not the attorney.