Saline Legal Malpractice Attorney

Attorney Robert H. Roether earned his law license in 1969, and runs his own practice in the greater Detroit area. Well known and respected in the legal community, he was selected to Super Lawyers from 2006-2007 and from 2013-present.  Super Lawyers uses a special selection process to recognize outstanding lawyers based on peer recognition and professional competence.

As someone who believes strongly in his ethical duty to provide the best service in his relentless pursuit of fighting justice, Legal Malpractice Attorney Robert H. Roether assists clients who have not received the minimum standard of care recognized by the legal profession. He helps his clients recover the damages caused by this neglect.

What is Legal Malpractice?

Bob has an excellent reputation for getting clients what they lost due to malpractice. When attorneys make mistakes, their clients can suffer a multitude of damages, including the loss of a lawsuit, unnecessary fines and even jail time.

In order for an action or lack of action to qualify as Legal Malpractice, it must meet a few requirements. There must have been an attorney-client relationship at the time so the attorney owed a duty of care. There must be a standard which the attorney did not meet. And it must have caused the client some sort of harm.

Examples of Legal Malpractice

Considering the wide variety of actions that attorneys perform, most of the examples of Legal Malpractice fall into a few types. It may be Legal Malpractice if an attorney did not finish required work during a certain time limit, or if the attorney missed an important date like the time limit to file a claim.

Another example of Legal Malpractice would be if the attorney made a mistake in the actual work, such as a mistake in paperwork which hurt the client’s case. Finally, attorneys can make mistakes in judgment, making choices which turn out to be bad for the client.

Do You Have a Case?

In order to understand if Legal Malpractice has occurred, you will need to consult an attorney who knows and understands the rules and standards of the legal profession. Attorney Robert H. Roether helps clients in the Livingston County, Wayne County, Oakland County, and greater Detroit area.

If your rights were violated because you did not receive the standard of care you deserved, call Oakland Legal Malpractice Attorney Robert H. Roether today.

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