The failure of a lawyer to maintain communication with a client can result in missed deadlines, poor legal decisions and ultimately, a less than satisfactory outcome. At the law firm of Stanger Law, in West Hartford, Connecticut, our attorneys have more than 60 years of combined legal experience representing victims of attorney negligence. We can file a lawsuit against your previous lawyer and help collect the damages you deserve.

To schedule an initial consultation and case evaluation, call us at 860-561-0651.

Do You Have a Valid Poor Communication Claim?

Lawyers are expected to remain in constant communication with their clients regarding updates and pending deadlines. This is necessary to keep the case moving forward and to permit clients to make prudent legal decisions. However, not all cases of poor communication warrant legal action. Our legal malpractice attorneys are always straightforward with our clients and only pursue legal action when it is in their best interests. If you were unharmed or no damage resulted from the lack of attorney communication, legal action is more than likely not a viable option.

We take a practical approach to legal malpractice cases. When you hire us, we will carefully examine your claim to determine if it is worth your time, money and effort to pursue a lawsuit. If it is, we will determine a fair amount of compensation and initiate communication with the lawyer’s malpractice insurance company.

We handle cases involving:

  • Attorneys failing to request information in a timely manner
  • Attorneys failing to warn a client of the impending statute of limitations
  • Attorneys failing to communicate important information to clients

Contact Us

If you believe an attorney has compromised your case because of poor communication or an utter lack of communication, the legal ethics lawyers at Stanger Law can help. We will be your zealous advocates when your previous counselor was not. Contact us at 860-561-0651 to arrange an initial, confidential consultation.

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