With over thirty years’ experience representing plaintiffs, the attorneys at Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA understand how much clients depend on their attorneys for diligent legal representation and honest, considered counsel. When a lawyer or law firm fails in their professional duties and commits legal malpractice, injured individuals can lose their case, their rights, and their hope of compensation.
Our legal malpractice lawyers can help you, your business, and your family if you were the victim of legal malpractice. Contact us now to discuss your potential malpractice claims if your attorney caused you financial loss in any way, including:
The statute of limitations for filing a legal malpractice lawsuit is short—one year in Ohio. The date from which this one-year period begins to run can vary, but if you suspect that you were the victim of legal malpractice you need to act quickly to preserve your rights.
Legal malpractice claims may not necessarily arise from an unsuccessful lawsuit. Attorneys retained to act in an advisory capacity may also be held liable when their poor judgment, lack of diligence, negligence, or malfeasance results in a loss to a client.
If you or your business have suffered financial or property loss as the result of legal malpractice, you may be entitled to compensation from your attorney or a malpractice insurer. Contact our legal malpractice lawyers by email or by phone for a free consultation regarding your potential claims.