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New York Contractual Malpractice Lawyers

Are You Suffering from an Attorney's Contract Drafting Mistake?

Simply put, contracts are designed so that all parties involved are held to a set of mutually agreed upon rules. Lawyers are hired to make sure the contract is drafted to reflect these contingencies. If the contract is improperly drafted, or fails to include what should have been included, there may be a breach in professional standards for which you are entitled damages. The negligent lawyers that allowed this to happen could be guilty of legal malpractice.

Our New York contractual malpractice attorneys have represented plaintiffs who were unfortunately exposed to negative financial consequences which they believed they were protected from.

If a professional’s error has occurred, contact us today online or by telephone at (212) 684-1880 to speak with a partner at an experienced New York professional negligence law firm.

How Does Contract Malpractice Occur?

Our firm’s investigation into contractual malpractice claim include reviewing what a client’s original goals were and how the contract did not benefit or protect them. Legal malpractice can arise from:

  • Poor drafting
  • Not being aware of current laws
  • Not having correct strategies
  • Not understanding the client’s goals
  • Inexperience
  • Negligence
  • Conflicts of interest

If you hired legal counsel to scan a contract for these issues, the attorney should be held responsible for not properly performing the job they were tasked with.

Call (212) 684-1880 for Trusted Attorneys

Placing your trust in another attorney can be difficult after being mistreated once already. At Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo Plotkin & Hellman LLP, our New York contract malpractice lawyers have over 30 years of legal experience, and are capable of identifying how contract mistakes could have been avoided. Review some of our past successes to find out how our skilled team has helped hundreds of others.

Call (212) 684-1880 or contact us online to learn more during a free, no-obligation consultation.