Can You Sue Your Attorney?

When your lawyer fails you, it may feel as if there is nowhere to turn. But you do have options. You can bring a legal malpractice claim against your attorney and hold him or her accountable for negligent actions.

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At Stanger Stanfield Law, we represent clients across the state of Connecticut who are victims of legal malpractice. We have more than 60 years of combined experience handling legal and professional malpractice claims. Additionally, attorney Bruce Stanger is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Professional Responsibility Committee.

Holding Lawyers Accountable

We have the knowledge, resources and skills to help you with every aspect of your claim. Contact our legal malpractice law firm in Connecticut to discuss your claim with one of our lawyers.

Negligence and Legal Responsibility

Lawyers have a duty to their clients to act in a reasonable manner. A lawyer can be found negligent if he or she fails to live up to that duty either through action or through inaction. This includes cases where the attorney:

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We have focused our practice on helping those who have been harmed by attorney misconduct. Let us help you. We can answer your questions, help you determine if you have a legal malpractice claim and advise you on your options.