Case Submission Guidelines; Terms and Conditions of Use;
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How it works:
How to use the case submission form: Fill in all of the fields completely
and submit the form.
The information is immediately sent to an attorney if one is available
in your area who handles your type of matter.
If an attorney is interested/available you will be contacted as quickly
as possible after your submission, in most cases within 2 business days*;
you may also be provided attorney contact information.We
do not provide Legal Malpractice Attorney referrals for all locations.
Case Submission Guidelines:
The damages involved in the case submission must involve a minimum of
$200,000 in order to be eligible to use this service.
Forms submission contents must be complete, accurate and state the damages,
and describe the negligent act; you must also provide the defendant wrongdoers
name and address; you must provide your current valid day tel # and email
#; you must sufficiently describe what grounds you feel there is for bringing
must so indicate your acceptance of these terms by checking the "yes"
box on the case submission form next to the checkbox that states "I
have read and agree to the terms of the Disclaimer".
The case submission form is designed to determine whether an attorney
may be interested in talking with you about your claim and possibly representing
you and nothing more. No attorney is agreeing to represent you or "take
your case" at the point of your case submission. The case submission
form is designed to only to determine whether an attorney can be located
who is able/willing to assist you.
*You will be contacted within 5 business days only
if we are successful in locating an attorney. You will not be contacted
further if we cannot locate an attorney for you.
Neither the transmission nor receipt of these web site forms or materials
will create an attorney-client relationship between sender and receiver.
If you are currently represented by counsel you are ineligible for our
service. Legal Malpractice Lawyers Attorneys.com does not provide attorneys
for all locations. We reserve the right to decline case referrals without
Terms and Conditions of
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If our service provides you with an attorneys name it is your responsibility
to follow up with your attorney of choice. You should sign a written fee
agreement when you employ an attorney.
If we do not respond to your case submission it is not an expression by
our service as to your case merits. We do not express any legal opinion
on this site/service.
No attorney client relationship is formed by use of this site. No guarantee
or warrantee is given by our service regarding the capability of any lawyer
whose name provided to you. It is your duty to inquire into their qualifications
and experience. You should not rely solely on our service to locate an
attorney. You should try additional referral sources as well.
If you do not hear back from us or from an attorney in your area after
5 business days, it means we were unable to secure the name of an attorney
for you. In that event, you should not delay attempting to secure an attorney
through alternate means.
The statute of limitations, which is the time limit by which you must
file your case, is a strict requirement in personal injury cases including
potential Legal Malpractice cases.
Our service does not render information about the
particular statute of limitations for your case or state. It is your responsibility
to determine and comply with the statute of limitations for your case.
We do not accept case inquiries sent within 3 months of the expiration
of your statute of limitations.
No attorney client relationship exists until written fee contract is signed.
The use of the Internet for communications with our service will not establish
an attorney-client relationship and messages containing confidential or
time-sensitive information should not be sent.
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