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Protecting Victims of Bad Lawyer Advice in Connecticut
In the past, lawyers have been unwilling to take on cases involving malpractice claims against other lawyers. Times have changed — lawyers should not be protected by other lawyers who are unwilling to make them pay for their mistakes.
At Stanger Stanfield Law, our Connecticut legal malpractice attorneys believe that if you have been injured because you relied on the bad advice of a lawyer, the system should help you get fair compensation.
Bad Lawyer Advice Is Legal Malpractice
When a lawyer that you trust provides you with bad advice that leads to negative legal consequences, you do have a right to pursue a legal malpractice claim. Examples of bad lawyer advice include:
- Being told to quickly sell the house before the spouse dies (enormous tax ramifications)
- Giving you improper advice about when you can file a claim which makes you miss the statute of limitations
- Drafting inconsistent provisions in contracts
- Providing improper choice of entity advice
We Will Evaluate Your Situation and Represent Your Interests
As a team of legal malpractice attorneys, we have approximately 100 years of combined legal experience in a variety of practice areas. We know what elements make a legal malpractice claim, and we are not afraid to represent your interests.
We know that you have already been wronged by an attorney. Do not let that one experience keep you from seeking the help you need to seek full compensation in a legal negligence lawsuit. We will work closely with you at all times, answer all of your questions and keep you fully informed of your case.
Are You a Victim of Bad Lawyer Advice? Call Our Hartford-Based Law Firm.
If you have suffered a financial or other loss due to legal malpractice, contact our Connecticut law firm at 860-561-0651. We know you have been wronged, and are concerned about putting your faith and trust in another professional. We can help.