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Legal Malpractice

Did your lawyer have a conflict of interest, miss an important deadline, fail to designate experts, or charged you outrageous and unconscionable fee? If so, you may have a claim for legal malpractice. From initial investigation, through discovery and trial, we will see your case through the legal process to make sure you are compensated for your attorney's misconduct.

Recent Case Results

Legal malpractice: Mr. Nalu represented a family who had sought bankruptcy protection only to find out their lawyers had not properly filed the case and they risked losing their home. After separate bankruptcy counsel mitigated their loss and saved their home, they were left with having to pay legal fees and sanctions to the bankruptcy trustee due to the improper filing. Mr. Nalu was able to resolve their legal malpractice claim for a confidential sum.

Legal malpractice: Mr. Nalu represented an insurance carrier against its insurance coverage counsel. The case involved coverage advice given to the carrier after a homeowner's house was lost in the 2007 San Diego wildfires. The underlying lawsuit resulted in a finding of liability against the carrier, including punitive damages. In the subsequent lawsuit against coverage counsel, the case settled prior to trial for a confidential sum.

Legal malpractice: Mr. Nalu represented individuals and limited liability company members in a claim against their attorney who formed and advised the LLC members on an ongoing basis. The LLCs had invested in various hotels in San Diego County, California, which had suffered financially due to the 2008 economic crises. Mr. Nalu alleged that the attorney had failed to obtain conflict waivers and advise his clients to seek independent counsel before signing personal guarantees. Mr. Nalu settled the matter prior to trial for a confidential sum.

Legal malpractice: Mr. Nalu represented an individual and his closely held corporation against his lawyer who provided advice on how to avoid paying workers' compensation insurance. Mr. Nalu alleged professional negligence and concealment due to the defendant lawyer's failure to advise his clients that the scheme would not work and was merely designed to increase attorneys fees. The lawsuit settled prior to trial for a confidential sum.

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