Professional Negligence Law
All professionals are required to meet certain standards in their area of work and/or specialty. If a professional is careless or negligent in the work they do, and that negligence causes harm to their clients, that client can seek financial restitution. Professional negligence is defined as the failure to provide that degree of knowledge, care or skill of the average professional peer under the same or similar circumstances.
Professional liability can occur in as many forms as there are professions. Anyone or any firm that holds themselves out as experts in a particular field can be held responsible for their work; their advise; their counsel. Some types of professional negligence can include: attorney malpractice; architectural malpractice; accounting malpractice; business management malpractice; financial management malpractice. (list down)
Professional negligence lawsuits are specialized and work as well as resource intensive. Kent M. Lucaccioni, Ltd. has successfully represented clients in professional negligence cases. If you, a family member, friend or business partner or acquaintance has been the victim or professional negligence/malpractice, please contact our office for a free legal evaluation or complete our case evaluation form.