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New YorkLegal Malpractice Lawyers in New York

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 New York 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 New York also defend attorneys accused of malpractice in actions brought by the state bar association or its disciplinary board.

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Andrew Lavoott Bluestone

Andrew Lavoott Bluestone
Andrew Lavoott Bluestone Law Firm
233 Broadway, 51st Floor
New York, NY 10279
Andrew Lavoott Bluestone is a Legal Malpractice lawyer who attended Syracuse University College of Law... read more >

Daniel Kalish

Daniel Kalish
The Law Offices of Daniel A Kalish
199 Main St Suite 603
White Plains, NY 10601
Daniel Kalish is a Personal Injury and Motorcycle Accidents lawyer who attended University of Washington School of Law... read more >

Emanuel Mouganis

Emanuel Mouganis
Law Office of Emanuel N. Mouganis
62 Main Street
Brockport, NY 14420
Licensed for 11 years, Emanuel Mouganis is a Criminal Defense and Railroad Accidents / FELA lawyer... read more >

Max Smelyansky

Max Smelyansky
The Smelyansky Law Firm
602 Central Ave Ste 102
Albany, NY 12206
Licensed for 7 years, Max Smelyansky is a Criminal Defense and Family Law lawyer... read more >
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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.