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CaliforniaLegal Malpractice Lawyers in Visalia, California

Clients hire lawyers to represent them on all matters before the courts and legal system. The high degree of trust required by the attorney-client relationship can be damages by a claim of negligence or incompetence. When the client alleges that the attorney failed to meet this standard, a legal malpractice attorney in California might bring a lawsuit or step in to negotiate a settlement. Frequent issues include spending retainers, inadequate representation, failure to file suit before the statute of limitation expires. and failing to keep the client informed. Legal malpractice attorneys in or around California also defend attorneys accused of malpractice in actions brought by the state bar association or its disciplinary board.

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Michael Lawrence Farley

Michael Lawrence Farley
Farley Law Firm
500 N Willis St
Visalia, CA 93291
Licensed for 44 years, Michael Lawrence Farley is a Legal Malpractice lawyer who attended Southern Methodist Univ School of Law... read more >

Moses Diaz

Moses Diaz
2902 W Main St
Visalia, CA 93291
Licensed for 18 years, Moses Diaz is a Workers Compensation and Real Estate Law lawyer who attended UC Davis School of Law... read more >

Gabriel Joseph Pacheco

Gabriel Joseph Pacheco
The Caine Law Firm
1444 Fulton St
Fresno, CA 93721
Licensed for 7 years, Gabriel Joseph Pacheco is a Personal Injury and Wrongful Death lawyer who attended San Joaquin College of Law... read more >
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Legal Malpractice Certification

ABPLA Certification in Legal Professional Liability - The American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys is accredited by the ABA to certify attorneys as specialists in legal professional liability law.


Legal Malpractice Certification

CBLS Board Certification in Legal Malpractice Law - Lawyers certified as specialists in legal malpractice law have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of law.


The CBLS defines the term legal malpractice as the practice of law dealing with "the prosecution or defense of claims against an attorney regarding wrongful acts or omissions arising out of the performance of the attorney's professional services, and/ or issues of attorneys' fees, payments or liens."


The term legal malpractice does not include the prosecution or defense of attorney disciplinary matters.


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