Legal Malpractice

Legal Malpractice

An attorney commits legal malpractice by failing to exercise due care in handling your legal matter. It is important to note, however, that a mere disagreement between an attorney and a client usually does not automatically give rise to a legal malpractice claim. In order to have a valid claim for legal malpractice, the attorney must have acted negligently or otherwise violated the standard of care that attorneys owe to clients under Florida law. In many instances, an attorney’s negligence is covered by professional liability insurance policies. Lance Holden is experienced at negotiating with professionals’ insurance carriers. If these efforts do not produce a favorable resolution, we will then file and prosecute a legal malpractice lawsuit against the lawyer or lawyers whose negligence has caused you harm. Some examples of legal malpractice are:

  • Improper Settlements.
  • Missed Statute of Limitations.
  • Failure to Perform Discovery and Investigate.
  • Failure to Protect the Clients.

Lance Holden and Brennan, Holden & Kavouklis, P.A. represent businesses and individuals that have been harmed by legal malpractice and other professionals’ negligence. We have successfully represented clients throughout Florida against attorneys and other professionals who failed to adhere to the accepted standards of care in their respective professions. We can help determine if you have a valid claim and explain the options that may be available to you.

Our attorneys will evaluate your claim for free and represent you on a contingency fee basis – you pay no attorneys’ fees unless we recover compensation for your claim.

If you are interested in receiving help on your potential case, please contact us for a free case evaluation or call our Winter Haven office at 863-618-1100. During your free consultation, Lance Holden can answer your questions about your potential case.