Q: Who should I report legal malpractice suspicions to? Just the state bar?
A: If you are considering bringing a legal malpractice lawsuit, you should confer with an experienced legal malpractice attorney prior to your taking any action, including filing a complaint with the bar.
William John Light agrees with this answer
A: That's a starting point. If you were damaged, you can talk to an attorney about a malpractice lawsuit. These are usually difficult and expensive, and unless the defendant has a E&O policy, you will have a hard time finding an attorney to take your case on a contingency fee basis.
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