Professional Negligence

Professional Negligence

Professional Malpractice Attorneys Serving D.C. and Maryland Suburban Areas

Most professions, including law, medicine, architecture, accounting, engineering, pharmacy, and others, subscribe to high standards of ethics to ensure that the client is protected at each stage of the process. Unfortunately, not all professionals hold fast to the ethical standards required by their respective professions and the client can be harmed as a result of professional misconduct.

If you have been harmed as the result of legal or professional malpractice, contact us at Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, P.A., today to arrange for a confidential evaluation of your case. We uphold the highest professional standards in our law practice, and we have the experience necessary to engage in the complex litigation involved in pursuing a claim for the damages incurred as the result of professional malpractice.

Legal and professional malpractice can occur in many ways, including:

  • Medical malpractice
  • Accounting malpractice
  • Legal malpractice
  • Fraud Incompetence
  • Improper conduct
  • Theft of client property
  • Illegal fee agreements
  • Engineering failure

Our attorneys, Walter E. Laake, Jr. and Steve Pavsner, at Joseph, Greenwald, & Laake, P.A., are dedicated to fighting for the rights of clients who have suffered as a result of any form of legal and other professional malpractice. Walter E. Laake, Jr., a principal in the litigation department, is a past President of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association. He also served on the Board of Governors for the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association and is a life member of the American Association for Justice.

Call or e-mail our office to schedule a consultation regarding any professional malpractice concern.

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