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What To Do When An Attorney Lets You Down

Attorneys abide by a code of ethics that requires them to represent their clients to the best of their ability. An incompetent attorney can do great harm to a person. Unless you are a lawyer yourself, it can be hard to know when your attorney is not living up to the standards of the profession. Unfortunately, that means that you may not be able to respond to the actions of a negligent or incompetent lawyer until after the damage has been done.

If you are suffering because of your attorney's incompetence, taking that attorney to court may be the best or only remedy available.


At Wilcoxen Callaham, LLP, our attorneys are committed to helping you get compensation for any financial or other harm suffered as a result of your former attorney's negligence. Our goal is to deliver legal service that satisfies the highest standards of our industry.


Legal Malpractice Attorneys Serving California

Attorney malpractice cases are not easy to prove, but the attorneys at Wilcoxen Callaham, LLP, have experience in this area of law. To be successful, a case must prove not only that an attorney's legal errors harmed a client, but also that the case's outcome would have been different without those errors.

For instance, your attorney may have overlooked important facts in your case, constitutes a lack of due diligence. He or she may also have failed to file documents in a timely manner or to notify you of offers from other parties.


Work With Skilled Attorneys To Respond To Malpractice

At Wilcoxen Callaham, LLP, we will review your case and inform you of your options. We are committed to holding other attorneys to the same high standard to which we hold ourselves.

Contact Wilcoxen Callaham, LLP online or call 916-442-2777 for a free consultation.

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