Hesitant with the legal system but still needing advice on how to proceed, our client sought out attorneys with a reputation for being honest and trustworthy. He found Goodman Acker, P.C.
Our attorneys were able to determine that, despite not being able to make any additional claims against his auto insurance company, our client had a claim for legal malpractice against his former attorney for failing to provide competent representation.
Goodman Acker immediately got to work and filed a lawsuit against the former attorney on our client’s behalf. With early negotiations and solid evidence, Goodman Acker was able to recover from the former attorney each of our client’s outstanding medical bills, multiple years of wage loss benefits, reimbursement for the people that had to care for our client while he was injured, and additional compensation for our client’s pain and suffering, all of which should have been paid by our client’s auto insurance company if the original lawyer he hired had done his job. Because we were able to present such solid evidence, we were able to settle the legal malpractice claim quickly, without a trial and without years of litigation. We knew our client had already endured years of financial hardship and helping him get the justice and money he deserved, and in a timely manner was important to Goodman Acker.
Proving legal malpractice is not easy and is often difficult to win. However, if you believe your attorney has committed legal malpractice by making serious errors on your case or breached their duty of care, you may have a case. Our Michigan legal malpractice attorneys at Goodman Acker, P.C. will work tirelessly from the very start to protect victims of legal malpractice. When an attorney fails to act in the best interest of their client, it can be devastating. No one, not even lawyers are above the law and every individual who seeks legal help should have their rights protected. Call our office today if you or a loved one believe the attorney you hired committed legal malpractice. We can answer your questions and determine whether or not you have a case.