I need a legal malpractice attorney because my previous lawyer quit. I have an expert witness, and need a lawyer that will work on a contingency fee agreement. The malpractice occurred from a personal injury case.
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Attorneys on this forum cannot contact you about your case, you have to find and contact them. I will also say that Legal Malpractice cases are particularly difficult to try and are a specialized field for many attorneys. I have tried many of these cases on behalf of consumers against their former attorneys and I very rarely would take them on contingency fees. They are very risky and require a lot of expert fees and procedural fights before a jury hears anything. Also, if you say you've already got an expert, that is a bad sign to an attorney that may be considering you as a client. Use the Avvo "find a lawyer" function to search for legal malpractice attorneys near you.
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