Amanda Bowden Houser's answer You not only want to blame talks you had with your mommy as a pre-teen for the problems you have as a 30 year old adult but want to sue her for it as well? There is no circumstance I can think of where legal action for something like that should have even crossed your mind let alone be something that is 'appropriate'. You say she doesn't get it - neither do I but sadly in today's world of ultra soft sensitive people, I suppose it may be possible. If this is something you feel strongly about,...
Will Blackton's answer Your lawyer is in the best position to determine what claims should be raised in a pleading. You should talk with your lawyer and ask if he mistakenly omitted a claim, or determined, in his professional opinion, that a claim should be omitted.
To answer your question: ask your lawyer if this was, in fact, a mistake, and if anything can be done to fix it if it is a mistake.
Peter N. Munsing's answer You should tell him you don't want him testifying about you. You have a right to his continued allegiance. He should have filed a request to withdraw. He has a duty to help his clients find lawyers. You should talk to someone at the local bar association. If it's about an injury contact a member of the NC Trial Lawyers Assn.
Brian F Davis' answer You need to hire a lawyer who handles legal malpractice cases. There are not many of us who do this type of work because lawyers do not like to sue other lawyers. Most of the time, these types of cases are also very complex and expensive to handle. Therefore, you need to have significant damages to justify bringing a legal malpractice case. Generally, you will have to look for a legal malpractice lawyer in a different part of the state from where your former attorney practices. Some legal...
Terrence Rubino's answer i understand your question to be that you paid a lawyer to do something and the lawyer did not do it. lawyers have many varied ethical duties. these duties vary from state to state but basically involve honesty. each state has a disciplinary commission or board that governs the conduct of lawyers. clients have the right to file a grievance with that board.
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