How to Prove Malpractice

In order to prove there has been a breach of the duty of care, you must show that the attorney actually caused financial harm and not just poor case preparation and strategy. The errors must be of the sort that competent lawyers would not make. Also, a finding of legal malpractice requires proof regarding what would have happened if the attorney had not breached the standard of care. This search for causation requires knowledgeable and skilled representation with experience in research and discovery as well as at trial. These cases are defended by some of the best lawyers that insurance companies can buy and each case requires expert testimony.

With more than five decades of combined experience with attorney malpractice cases, fees disputed, and complex civil litigation, our principal attorneys can provide a painstakingly thorough review of the facts in the original case. Our primary objective is to find the evidence necessary to prove legal malpractice, and then be strong advocates for your case.

Simply stated, these are some of the most complex and vigorously litigated claims in the courthouse. Do not hire a lawyer who merely dabbles in malpractice law. Hire the recognized experts!

There are only a few good lawyers with substantial jury trial experience who are qualified to evaluate and prosecute legal malpractice claims. We are the go to firm in California and in San Diego particularly. We would be pleased to provide you with a confidential consultation.

Areas of Legal Malpractice

Do You Have A Legal Malpractice Lawsuit?

Losing a legal case or being on the less favored side of a contract is not necessarily grounds for a legal malpractice claim. Sometimes the prospects for winning a case or having the upper hand of a contract are remote.

Likewise "winning" a case or contract negotiation may hide a malpractice issue of the types described above.

If you believe an error has occurred in your matter and deserves review - we are the group to go to for that advice.