Legal Malpractice

Helping Clients Pursue Legal Malpractice Lawsuits in Georgia

When you are struggling with a legal problem, you trust your lawyer to protect your interests. Unfortunately, there are attorneys that violate their clients' trust. If you were injured due to the negligence of an attorney you hired to assist you with your legal issues, that attorney should be held responsible.

At the Law Office of Brian C. McCarthy, you will receive the zealous representation you deserve. Mr. McCarthy has extensive experience protecting Georgia clients in legal malpractice lawsuits.

Call 404-692-7577 or contact the firm online to schedule a free initial consultation.

Holding Your Previous Lawyer Responsible

As an experienced lawyer, Mr. McCarthy takes the attorney ethical rules very seriously. He is committed to providing exceptional services to his clients, and expects the same of others in his profession.

When you have suffered because of legal malpractice, you do not have to worry that Mr. McCarthy will side with the lawyer who hurt you. He will do everything possible to hold your previous attorney responsible for their actions including:

  • Conflict of interest violations
  • Breach of fiduciary duties
  • Violation of one or more rules of professional responsibility
  • Breach of standard of care
  • Stealing money from clients

The legal malpractice lawsuit process required an expert conduct an investigation, file an affidavit and determine your attorney was in fact negligent. Many attorneys do not have access to these types of experts. Mr. McCarthy has extensive experience in these cases and has strong connections with many reputable experts in the Atlanta area. You can rest assured that at Law Office of Brian McCarthy, you will have experts to help you with your legal malpractice case.

Call 404-692-7577 or contact the firm online to schedule a free consultation with Mr. McCarthy. He will advocate for you and work diligently to hold your previous lawyer responsible for failing to meet his professional duties.