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Legal Representation for Professional Negligence

Professional Negligence Lawsuits

CASE EXAMPLE    
Mick Levin, PLC represents victims of insurance agent negligence:

Wilks v. Manobianco

The attorneys at Mick Levin, P.L.C. have extensive experience representing clients in prosecuting professionals who have failed to provide adequate services. At our law firm, we represent clients in lawsuits against negligence involving many types of professionals: doctors, architects, pharmacists, dentists, accountants, engineers, lawyers, financial advisers, insurance brokers, surveyors, tax consultants, and more.

If you have been the victim of inadequate advice or improper conduct from a qualified professional and lost out financially as a result, you may be entitled to make a claim for professional negligence. If you're unsure of whether or not you have a claim, we invite you to speak to one of our professional negligence lawyers at a free, no-obligation initial consultation.

What is Professional Negligence?

Professional negligence occurs when a professional fails to perform his responsibilities to the degree of care that a careful or prudent practitioner would have exercised under like circumstances. If a professional fails to do this and the client lost money as a direct result of the mistake, then the professional can be held liable for damages. Though the most common type of malpractice involves carelessness or negligence by medical personnel, other professionals are also held to a higher standard of care and may be sued for failing to meet the expected degree of attention. Some examples below:

Medical Malpractice – Doctors, surgeons, therapists, and even chiropractors owe their patients a duty of care. When they fail to perform as a reasonably prudent medical provider should, it can be devastating.

Insurance Agent Negligence – Insurance agents are not just order takers – they're there to provide advice and direction to insurance consumers. When an insurance agent fails to obtain the insurance coverage you requested or fails to provide reasonable and prudent advice as to what insurance or policy limits an insurance consumer should have, the insurance agent may be responsible for your loses.

Legal Malpractice – When you hire a lawyer, they are responsible for providing you reasonable and prudent representation. When a lawyer fails to provide you adequate legal representation, they may be responsible for any problems that result.

Accountant/Tax Preparer Negligence – Accountants and tax preparers owe a duty of reasonable care to their clients to provide adequate information. When an accountant or a tax preparer fails to do their job and you end up paying as a result, they may be responsible for your loss.

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