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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To Lawsuits by Victoria E. Green

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Benefits and Costs

The benefits of suing your attorney for malpractice can be significant. Among other things, you may get the money you should have won in the original case, plus get paid back for the money you spent on attorney fees. You might even get the attorney fees for your malpractice attorney paid for, too. This is, of course, the best-case scenario.
The downsides of suing your attorney for malpractice include the amount of time you’ll spend continuing to fight and the amount of money this new fight will cost you. There’s also the very real risk that you may lose your malpractice case. In that event, you’ve lost not only the time and money from the first case, but from the malpractice case, too. Talk about throwing good money after ...

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