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When you pursue a legal claim but your attorney fails to fulfill his or her professional responsibilities, you may be entitled to file a legal malpractice claim once the original matter is resolved. Legal malpractice involves more than not being happy with your attorney's performance or not winning your case; it involves negligence.
At Domnitz & Skemp , we bring legal malpractice cases against attorneys in Wisconsin and northern Illinois who did not meet the professional and ethical standards of practice. If you believe your attorney did not fulfill his or her obligations to you, contact us .
Proving legal malpractice requires factual evidence
Because the foundation of successful legal malpractice cases is strict, our attorneys are careful to consider all the surrounding facts prior to accepting a case. To prepare a strong case, we must be convinced, after a review of all the pertinent information, that negligence was involved and that it made a difference in the outcome of the original case. To prove this in court, we must demonstrate several critical points such as:
- There was a legitimate attorney-client relationship
- The attorney did not fulfill the expected standards of conduct
- The result of the underlying case was other than it should have been due to negligence
- The loss of the case caused further damage to the client
If you believe your situation fits these criteria, then it behooves you to speak with one of our experienced lawyers. For decades, we have represented the legal interests of our clients. As demonstrated by our record of success , we have won significant verdicts and settlements for those who trust us to protect their best interests.
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It is easy to assume the attorney made a mistake when a legal case is lost. However, if those assumptions are based on facts, you may be able to hold the attorney liable for legal malpractice in your motor vehicle accident or personal injury case. Contact us to discuss your concerns and questions during a free consultation. Our lawyers work on a contingency basis, so you owe no attorney's fees until we win your case.