We Help Hold People Accountable For Professional Malpractice
Generally, professional liability lawsuits may be filed for financial damages directly resulting from negligence on the part of licensed professionals such as attorneys, architects, engineers and financial accountants.
To maintain their licenses, professionals must maintain high standards of ethics, skill, and training. Respective professional associations take their responsibility to enforce these standards very seriously and licensed professionals must answer to a disciplinary board if their negligence results in an injury or harm to the profession. Unfortunately, though, mistakes and misconduct often result in financial damages to clients, leaving the victim no option but to fight to recover compensation through a lawsuit.
The trial attorneys of Valenzuela Law Firm, P.A. in Tampa have the courtroom experience you can rely on to help you fight for fair compensation for the financial damages you have suffered because of professional liability. Contact us online or call 813-217-5613 for a no-cost consultation about your professional liability claim. Attorney Henry Valenzuela is a Florida Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist with more than 30 years of litigation experience. We want to help you protect your rights.
Representing Victims Of Legal Malpractice
Lawyers have a responsibility to act in an ethical manner and vigorously represent the best interests of their clients. If your former lawyer failed to act responsibly and in a timely manner on your behalf, and the negligence resulted in the loss of a financial opportunity to recover money damages, you may be entitled to sue for compensation. We can help you fight to obtain compensation for legal malpractice cases involving:
- Missed statute of limitations, filing deadlines
- Conflict of interest
- Breach of confidentiality
- Billing fraud
- Failure to vigorously represent your interests
Representation For Those Harmed By Other Professional Malpractice
Building professionals such as general contractors, architects and engineers are also liable for financial damages directly resulting from negligence or errors that result in cost overruns, construction defects, or injuries. Design defects, improper material, and unsafe construction techniques can often be shown to result in accidents or structural failure that cause injuries or increased costs to clients.
Our attorneys also represent clients when they have suffered as the result of:
- Defective product injuries
- Unsafe or defective design
- Unspecified cost overruns
- Improper construction materials
- Financial management fraud
- Accountant negligence
- Billing fraud
- Electrical utility negligence
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$925,000 Settlement In Action By Real Estate Developer Against Civil Engineer