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Why Do Attorneys Decline To Accept Certain Cases?

The best and most competent attorneys are careful to pick and choose which clients they will accept for legal representation. Sometimes, they have no choice but to decline representation, such as where they are unfamiliar with the area of law involved, or where they have ethical conflicts involving other interested parties. In many other instances, however, it is up to their discretion whether they will provide legal services to a potential client. 

My Attorney Committed Legal Malpractice. What Will I Get If I Sue Him?

The extent of your injury, and thus what you might recover from your attorney in a legal malpractice case, is a crucial question in determining whether you have a claim that is financially prudent for you to pursue. If your damages are low or speculative, then you or your attorney may be taking a big risk in investing time and money in trying to recover something. For that reason, one of the first areas of analysis - before even addressing whether your attorney committed malpractice - can sometimes be what the nature of your injuries are.

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