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Lawyers have a duty to know and follow the applicable statutes of limitations so as not to miss important deadlines and compromise cases. When attorneys fail to adhere to this well-established rule of professional conduct and the outcome of a case has been adversely affected, they must be held accountable.
At the law firm of StangerLaw, in West Hartford, Connecticut, we have extensive experience bringing lawsuits against lawyers for missed deadlines, poor communication and other acts of attorney negligence. If you think your lawyer compromised a successful outcome by failing to meet the applicable statute of limitations, please contact our firm to discuss your options.
Experienced · Committed · Ethical
At StangerLaw LLC, we have more than 60 years of combined legal experience representing the victims of legal and professional malpractice. We are committed to upholding the highest standard of legal ethics, handling all of our clients’ cases with the utmost diligence and care.
Our commitment to legal excellence is reflected in the types of cases we handle. Our attorneys strongly believe that fellow attorneys must uphold their professional responsibilities. That is precisely why they aggressively pursue attorney negligence cases involving:
- Missed statute of limitations in personal injury, medical malpractice, work accident and other related cases
- Missed deadlines for filing or submitting important legal documents
In both these situations, a client may lose the opportunity to recover damages for their injury or suffering. Clients may also receive a less than satisfactory outcome. If this has happened to you, we can help.
Contact an Experienced Legal Malpractice Lawyer
Do you need an experienced and knowledgeable legal malpractice attorney? Contact the law firm of Stanger Law, in West Hartford, Connecticut, at 860-561-0651. We offer personal service and support for clients who have been harmed by the negligence of another attorney.