Today I decided to do a Google search for trending legal malpractice news, and a wealth of information was presented.
This is the first of a four-part series on how to dispute attorney fees. This series of posts are specific to the formal process of an attorney fee dispute that is provided by a local bar association, but this is not your only option for a refund of attorney fees.
After a severe bout with a negligent attorney, I decided to talk to legal malpractice lawyers in Houston, TX. It was helpful that I had documented my case with the many different violations by my attorney since this helped them to get through my material with a short consultation.
There is a nothing more frustrating than an irresponsible attorney when they are the culprit of the losses you suffered in your legal case. I am not an attorney, so this post if not written from a technical case law perspective, but rather a real-world example of how I held my attorney’s responsible for my attorney misconduct cases.
My passion for writing Dispute It – A Layman’s Guide on How to Get an Attorney Refund & File a Bar Grievance was to help others who have been through a lousy attorney experience. Having been a victim of attorney negligence from two attorneys, I know the feeling of frustration and suffering the unfortunate outcome of a case.
Understanding the attorney Rules of Professional Conduct for your state is an essential first step if you are considering filing a grievance against your attorney. These rules will help you determine if your attorney committed negligence.
This posting is by no means an attempt to give you legal advice, but rather to share what I learned after investigating the need for either a legal malpractice attorney or an ethics attorney. You have arrived at my blog because you have some understanding of legal malpractice, but let us begin with a definition as defined by Wikipedia.