it is more common in the research for justice to be duped by scrupulous lawyers who only have their best interest at heart. The good news is that there is always a silver lining. The law allows you to sue your attorney for malpractice. The only downside is when to know that your attorney is trying to dupe you or is gearing the case the wrong way.
Some lawyers tend to prepare their contracts to appear as if they are indispensable. The rule truth however is that you still have the right to get the representation you want and if you cannot afford one, there is still the option of a court appointed attorney. If you have good cause for firing them because there was material breach of contract, the lawyer not get any form of payment due to them. However if there is no good cause, you will be potentially liable to pay the full fees under the contract.
Even though most insurance policies fail to cover all acts of negligence, if the attorney is covered under Professional liability insurance you can be able to collect the court awarded penalties from the insurance company as opposed to claiming from the lawyer’s assets.

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