Justice for Legal and Professional Malpractice Victims
While a lawyer cannot guarantee you a successful outcome in a legal matter, he or she does have a responsibility to exercise due care and zealously represent you.
For example, if you were injured in an accident, you have a right to expect that your lawyer will conduct appropriate discovery to prove your case and then file a lawsuit within the statute of limitations. If you lose your case because your lawyer failed to do what an attorney is supposed to do, you may be entitled to compensation.
I’m Robert A. Jones, a lawyer in Essex County, New Jersey who handles professional malpractice cases. I have been helping people injured by legal malpractice and other professional malpractice for more than 30 years. Unlike many attorneys, I am willing to sue another lawyer if you have been harmed. I have dedicated my legal career to helping people who have been wrongly injured due to another party’s negligence.
Some of the most common examples of legal malpractice include:
- Failing to file a personal injury lawsuit within the statute of limitations
- Having a conflict of interest in a real estate or other type of transaction
- Failing to conduct appropriate discovery in your case
- Allowing a case to be dismissed by a judge due to the attorney’s failure to do something
- Stealing a client’s funds
In addition to representing victims of legal malpractice, I help people who have been harmed by architects, engineers, dentists, doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists and other professionals.
For a free consultation with a certified trial attorney: Call Robert A. Jones at 973.852.3352 or fill out our simple contact form if you are a victim of legal malpractice, architectural malpractice, engineering malpractice, chiropractic malpractice or any other type of professional negligence.