Media Legal Malpractice Lawyer

Media Legal Malpractice Lawyer Examines the Most Common Types of Legal Malpractice Cases

Media Legal Malpractice Lawyer Examines the Most Common Types of Legal Malpractice Cases Almost daily, clients contact me as an experienced Media Legal Malpractice Lawyer, alleging all different types of malpractice theories against their attorneys. These claims run the gamut, but the most common scenario we encounter occurs when the facts of the case flush out the…

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Media Legal Malpractice Attorney on the Difference Between an Intentional Wrong Act and a Negligent Act

Media Legal Malpractice Attorney on the Difference Between an Intentional Wrong Act and a Negligent Act Clients often contact me as an experienced Media Legal Malpractice Attorney about their attorney’s actions. Maybe the attorney made an error or, worse, some clients allege that their attorney intentionally took some wrongful action. For several reasons, it’s important to distinguish…

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip: Liability Insurance

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip:  Liability Insurance Having malpractice insurance is important to reduce the chance that a legal malpractice claim will result in severe financial hardship to you or your firm. It will also save you time in defending such claims. Rule 1.4(c) of the PA Rules of Professional Conduct require a lawyer to inform…

Delaware County Lawyer Explains if you can Pursue an Attorney for Malpractice if You Have Settled

Can I Pursue an Attorney for Legal Malpractice if I Settled My Case?

Can I Pursue an Attorney for Legal Malpractice if I Settled My Case?  Clients come to me all the time with questions regarding pursuing an attorney for malpractice if you have already settled. We often have clients contact us who have settled their underlying matter and then, through some circumstances that have changed, they now…

Insolvent Estates and Legal Malpractice

Insolvent Estates and Legal Malpractice

Insolvent Estates and Legal Malpractice Handling Insolvent Estates can Lead to Liability If you represent administrators and executors in settling decedent’s estates, you will at some time encounter an insolvent estate. Insolvent estates are simply those in which the assets are insufficient to pay all proper charges and claims in full. When handled properly, insolvent…

Delaware County Legal Malpractice Attorney Discusses Expenses for a Malpractice Case

Media Legal Malpractice Attorney Discusses Expenses for a Malpractice Case

Media Legal Malpractice Attorney Discusses Expenses for a Malpractice Case  As an experienced Media Legal Malpractice Attorney I am often asked about the costs of malpractice cases.  Along with all litigation, there are standard litigation costs and fees. Those run from simple mailing expenses to filing fees to charges for depositions and investigators. The largest…

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip: Billing and Disputes

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip: Billing and Disputes

Legal Malpractice Avoidance Tip:  Billing and Disputes Billing disputes with clients often lead to malpractice claims. Rule 1.5 of the Rules of Professional Conduct requires that when an attorney has not regularly represented the client, the basis of the fee shall be communicated in writing before or within a reasonable time after commencing representation.   Rule…

Delaware County Legal Malpractice Lawyer Discusses Attorneys Giving Back Your Client File

Media Legal Malpractice Lawyer Discusses Attorneys Giving Back Your Client File

Media Legal Malpractice Lawyer Discusses Attorneys Giving Back Your Client File  As an experienced Media Legal Malpractice Lawyer, I get questions all time from clients about how former lawyers will not give them back their client file. Oftentimes we’re contacted by clients who want us to look into a potential malpractice case but they don’t…