Choosing a Legal Malpractice Attorney
Protecting Your Interests in a Complex Area of Law
Legal malpractice cases are usually complex and challenging. You would be surprised how many experienced lawyers really do not understand the intricacies of legal malpractice lawsuits. It takes a lawyer who is familiar with the defense tactics of the attorneys who defend lawyers accused of malpractice and who knows how to combat those defenses.
This is exactly what I have been doing at the Law Office of Charles P. Kazarian for the past three decades. No matter how skilled a lawyer may be in litigation, you should have a lawyer who has committed most of his professional time to legal malpractice and is up-to-date on changes in the law — rather than someone who dabbles in it.
While I practice in other areas of law such as business litigation, my focus has always been on handling legal malpractice claims. I am qualified to serve as an expert witness in legal malpractice cases, which I have done time and again in the Massachusetts Superior Court. I have also been an invited speaker at the Boston Bar Association panel discussion on lawyer negligence.
Types of Legal Malpractice
Whether you call it lawyer negligence or legal malpractice, it comes down to the same thing: a lawyer has made a serious mistake that has caused you to lose money, property or both. There are as many categories of legal malpractice as there are lawyer practice areas, and I handle them all. I have three decades of experience in analyzing, litigating and trying a vast array of legal malpractice cases.
Just a few of the legal malpractice cases I have handled successfully include:
- Bankruptcy malpractice
- Divorce malpractice
- Criminal law malpractice
- Trial malpractice
- Personal injury malpractice
- Real estate malpractice
- Business law malpractice
- Estate planning malpractice
- Missing deadlines
- Conflict of interest
- Negligent advice
When deciding who should represent you in your legal malpractice case, be sure to consider the experience of your lawyer. I have three decades of experience in this field. I am here to help you through the difficult decision of what to do when you feel that your attorney has let you down.
Call For A Lawyer Case Review
Call (617) 723-6676 today for a confidential review of your case. There is no cost for an initial e-mail exchange or telephone consultation with me or my staff. Or you can fill out the contact form on this site, including as many details as you feel are necessary about your legal malpractice or other matter. We try to respond to all emails within 24 hours.