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What Constitutes Legal Malpractice in Ohio?

A bad outcome in a legal matter does not necessarily constitute legal malpractice in Ohio.  There are times when the actions or inaction of an attorney may rise to the level of malpractice.  These include (but are not limited to): missing a statute of limitations, failing to comply with court deadlines, taking on cases the attorney does not have the experience to handle, failing to gather and preserve evidence, and failing to investigate all possible sources of recovery.

We will be discussing each of these areas in more depth over the coming months.  If you believe your attorney may have committed legal malpractice in Ohio we invite you to contact our firm to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your unique situation.

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