Lawsuit For Legal Malpractice You File This Lawsuit Against Your Attorney

Lawsuit For Legal Malpractice You File This Lawsuit Against Your Attorney
$225.00
Year: 2017
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Throw Your Attorney To The Sharks Like He Did To You!

 Throw your attorney to the sharks with this civil tort complain for Legal malpractice, a lawsuit that you can file against your ex- attorney if he/she throws you up under the bus. All you need to do is add your personal information to the document and file it in court. Easy as 1,2,3. Hold your attorney accountable with this document and it is on sale today for the bargain low price of 225.00.

Negligence Legal Malpractice:

To prevail in an action for legal malpractice, the plaintiff client must plead and prove the following elements: (1) the existence of an attorney-client relationship that establishes a duty on the part of the attorney; (2) a negligent act or omission constituting a breach of that duty; (3) proximate cause establishing that but for the attorney’s negligence, the plaintiff would have prevailed in the underlying action; and (4) actual damages. See: 2 First Nat. Bank of LaGrange v. Lowrey, 872 N.E.2d 447 (1st Dist. 2007); Universal Underwriters Ins. Co. v. Judge & James, Ltd., 865 N.E.2d 531 (1st Dist. 2007). A fiduciary relationship is one founded upon trust or confidence reposed by one person in the integrity and fidelity of another. It is said that the relationship exists in all cases in which influence has been acquired and abused, in which confidence has been reposed and betrayed. The rule embraces both technical fiduciary relations and those informal relations which exist whenever one man trusts in and relies upon, another. Such a relationship might be found to exist, in appropriate circumstances, between close friends or even where confidence is based upon prior business dealings. The determination of a fiduciary relationship is generally a “fact-sensitive” inquiry. Flickinger v. Harold C. Brown & Co., 947 F.2d 595, 599 (2d Cir. 1991) (internal citations omitted)(emphasis added).

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