Legal Malpractice Attorney

Lawyers have a duty or responsibility to follow generally accepted professional standards.  When a lawyer, or his or her employees, fails to follow professional standards and causes harm or injuries to clients, this is called negligence.  This is often when a legal malpractice attorney is called.

Lawyers must use reasonable care and due diligence when representing his or her clients. If a lawyer does not use reasonable care and due diligence and this failure causes harm to the client, the client may have an action against the lawyer called legal malpractice. This type of claim can occur in many ways, such as by a lawyer failing to advise a client of all potential legal rights or remedies, failing to meet critical court deadlines such as statutes of limitation, or abandoning a client’s case without advising the court or the client.

At RAHMAN LAW PC in Paso Robles and San Francisco we are currently only taking legal malpractice cases which involve the following actions:

  • Failure of an attorney to file a lawsuit within the legal timeframe (statute of limitations);
  • A dismissal of a lawsuit due to an attorney’s failure to file documents;
  • A dismissal of a lawsuit due to an attorney’s failure to appear at a Court hearing.

When claims of malpractice are filed against attorneys, proving negligence or wrongdoing often requires the legal services of a professional malpractice attorney and may require the testimony of experts to prove the professional performance fell below industry standards.  At RAHMAN LAW PC we routinely handle legal malpractice cases in San Francisco, Paso Robles, and around California, and work with the preeminent experts in the field to obtain results for our clients. We also understand the ethical and legal rules that guide the legal profession and are committed to representing individuals whose legal representation has been below the standard of care.

 

Contact the legal malpractice attorneys at RAHMAN LAW PC today in our San Francisco office or our Paso Robles office for a free consultation.

 

Disclaimer

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. RAHMAN LAW PC is unable to identify which statute of limitation will apply without a thorough review of your potential case. Therefore, the information contained on this website does not constitute legal advice. Statutes of limitation change as new laws are passed. You should consult with a lawyer immediately to fully evaluate your case.

You should not act or rely on information in this website without seeking the advice of an attorney. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.

RAHMAN LAW PC does not offer any guarantee of case results. Past success in litigation does not guarantee success in any new or future lawsuit. The information contained within this website does not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.

To the extent the State Bar rules require us to designate a principal office and/or single attorney responsible for this site, RAHMAN LAW PC designates Shaana Rahman as being the attorney responsible for the site. Ms. Rahman can be reached at 369 Pine Street, Suite 600, San Francisco, California 94104, 415.956.9245.

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