Nashville, TN asked in Contracts, Personal Injury, Constitutional Law and Legal Malpractice for Kentucky

Q: Can I sue a lawyer for unprofessional conduct hand write contract I can't read an failing to sign into my case

Can I sue this local lawyer for unprofessional conduct he provided a note pad paper scribble on it call it a contract took 1400 dollars for my injury case promised he move it did not an did not even announce are sign into my case showing he was my lawyer at all an I the client had to catch the defence plan to play off this to get my injury case dismissed this shows this lawyer was doing this to leave a opening to get my case dismiss his actions show he was working for defendeds side on purpose a lawyer with forty years experience don't for get to sign into my case for one an when I told him to adjust the address that courts got it wrong he ignore that to knowing it important an I haven't seen the first proper serving out of all the serve notices on my Injury case this robert lawyer an Greenberg the lawyer before him I busted myself in act attempting an allow a counter amended order by defence with multi conflicting statements on it I alerted Greenberg of this he with draw

1 Lawyer Answer
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Consumer Law Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: You need to have an independent attorney review your case and determine how to proceed. Whether you can sue the first lawyer will depend largely on whether you have actual damages from his handling of your case.

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