Reston Legal Malpractice Lawyers
We Take Unscrupulous Legal Practices Seriously
As lawyers, we are held to high professional and ethical standards. We take accusations of legal malpractice very seriously. Our firm was established in 1966 and in our decades of experience, although rare, we unfortunately have seen attorneys provide less than professional legal services to their clients. If you believe that your lawyer has failed to act in a reasonably competent matter, speak with one of our Reston legal malpractice attorneys.
Want to know what can be done about legal malpractice? Call (703) 991-1949 today.
What Is Legal Malpractice?
It is important to understand exactly what your attorney did wrong in order to investigate your claim.
The following are some examples of legal malpractice:
- Missing a Filing Deadline: If your attorney missed a deadline resulting in your case being dismissed.
- Operating outside of Their Practice Area: If your attorney did not achieve the likely outcome because he/she was handling a legal matter that was not part of his specialty.
- Improper Prosecution of a Case: Sometimes firms take on more cases than they can manage and as a result some cases do not receive the workup required to achieve the likely outcome.
We Want to Restore Your Trust in the Legal System
We stand ready to evaluate your legal malpractice claim. Our Reston legal malpractice lawyers usually work on contingency fees, meaning you may not have to pay us anything unless you receive financial recovery from the case.
Give us a call at (703) 991-1949 to speak with our trusted, reliable legal team.
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Mid-six figure settlement on behalf of a client in a legal malpractice claim in which the client’s lawyer failed to timely file a lawsuit.