Louisville, KY asked in Contracts, Business Law, Civil Litigation and Legal Malpractice for Indiana

Q: Lawyer violated rules conduct terribly with doc. Evid., commision denied the claim an did not act what should do next?!?

Had proof, they admitted the act in email, withdrew early and falsified the reasoning to the courts. But lied to me, made huge mistakes, acted without competence or diligence to the point of me have to help them and tell them how to do things. Confronted firm multiple times of actions but was ignored and still continued to act in deceptive ways, treating to withdrawl if did not give them 10g more on a 2nd claim that arised from first but both correlated to same incident on a contingency bases. Never gave bills or any such expect unpaid bills and one wrote out receipt that was 2 months before instance happened to pay charge. Called and begged to change the Google review after lowered stars, used improper dictation which lead to having and amend it, advised to not add a defendent whom was encolved and paid first claim of liabilty, 2nd was a premises liabilty for dogs at the buis allowingly which had drop after they withdrawled.

1 Lawyer Answer
Joel Gary Selik
Joel Gary Selik
  • Legal Malpractice Lawyer
  • Las Vegas, NV

A: Of the many items you list as error, some may lead to a legal malpractice claim. Consult with experienced Legal Malpractice specialists attorneys in the state where this occurred.

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