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When Trial Errors Lead To Legal Malpractice

Are you dissatisfied with the outcome of your trial? Did an attorney’s failures at trial have something to do with it? Our legal malpractice attorneys at St. Denis & Davey hold negligent trial attorneys in Florida accountable for their failures and detrimental mistakes.

In North Florida, we serve clients in cities such as Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Panama City and Pensacola. In South Florida, we serve Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Fort Myers and Naples.

Inadequate Representation At Trial

There are many different ways that someone can be inadequately represented in a civil trial. For example, a litigator could fail to put forward all of the necessary evidence needed to prove or defend a case. This could happen as a result of inadequate preparation. Sometimes, deadlines for witness and expert disclosures are missed, meaning your trial goes forward without that valuable expert evidence.

Many lawyers commit legal trial errors by failing to object to evidence before or during a trial. A failure to make proper objections during a trial can result in damaging evidence being admitted. An attorney could also fail to advise you of your options at trial regarding certain evidence, trial strategy or settlement opportunities. These are just a few examples of trial errors that could amount to legal malpractice.

Holding Lawyers Accountable

When a Florida lawyer commits detrimental errors during a trial, those errors could negatively impact your future, and your family’s future. Our legal malpractice attorneys fight against this kind of injustice by filing legal malpractice lawsuit against negligent attorneys. At St. Denis & Davey, our attorneys have years of experience holding inattentive and negligent attorneys accountable for their serious mistakes.

Call Us To Schedule A Consultation

Contact us today at 1-800-785-2153 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your potential legal malpractice claims against your trial attorney. You can also contact us by email.