There are a few ways that attorneys can avoid legal malpractice claims, but for clients, the question is actually what attorneys could do that would mean that the clients should file a claim. While an attorney knows that ignoring a deadline isn't a good idea, not all clients may understand the importance of deadlines or realize that they have a right to a claim if an attorney misses one.
After a personal injury, you may wish to seek compensation from the party responsible for your injuries. Do you know the type of compensation you want? Do you know everything you are entitled to?
When you are a victim of a crime or another person's negligence, the last thing you want to have to deal with is an attorney who isn't paying attention to you. Legal malpractice has several forms, all of which clients should be aware of.
A criminal conviction can have many long-term impacts. While most people only think about the initial consequences, such as prison time or fines, there are many things that can happen to you following the administrative penalties you face.
Distracted driving is always dangerous, and even though certain habits have started to decline, there are always new distractions to watch out for. For example, while texting and driving isn't allowed any longer in most states, people can still become distracted with voice calls. If not voice calls, then perhaps with video calls, which not only allow them to talk but also view the other party. It's not safe, but it happens more often than it should in moving vehicles.
One of the most significant injuries you can suffer from is a spinal injury. Over time, advances in science have made these injuries easier to recover from, but there are still instances where there is little that will help someone recover.