Professional Malpractice Claims
Assisting Businesses in California Accused of Unlawful or Negligent Practices and Victims of Professional Misconduct
Professionals have a responsibility to behave ethically and to perform their duties within certain professional standards and guidelines. Doctors have certain ethical responsibility that they owe to their patients. Law firms and lawyers must follow certain standards and behave in an ethical and professional manner. In many cases, professionals must receive licenses from governing bodies and organizations that govern professional behavior and ethics. When professionals fail to follow the rules, they can suffer both civil and even criminal consequences.
If you have been accused of professional malpractice, it is in your best interest to consult with an experienced California business lawyer who can help you surpass the allegations against you so you can get back to operating your company. Kevin Jamison, PC can defend you against these types of claims and ensure your rights and good name are preserved. We offer free consultations for your convenience, so please give us a call at (626) 314-1830 to discuss the best approach for your unique situation.
What Happens After a Professional Malpractice Allegation?
When professionals fail to behave in an ethical manner, there may be serious repercussions. Not only can the business become tarnished with reports of unethical or negligent practices, but clients may also file a lawsuit. Many people are aware of medical malpractice lawsuits because these are among the more common professional malpractice claims. However, there are several other types of professional malpractice claims that can be filed against an individual or a business.
Types of professional malpractice include:
- Therapist malpractice
- Dental malpractice
- Veterinarian malpractice
- Legal malpractice
- Accountant malpractice
- Clergy malpractice
- Architect malpractice
Victims of Professional Malpractice
When professionals are required to acquire licensure or meet certain professional standards, they must abide by the rules of their profession. Failure to do so can result in the loss of their license. When professionals fail to meet basic standards, individuals can get hurt financially or physically. If you’ve suffered a loss due to professional negligence or misconduct, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your losses.
Accused of Professional Malpractice or Hurt by a Negligent Professional? Protect Your Rights and Consult With Our California Business Lawyers
Whether you have been wrongfully accused of professional negligence or are the victim of professional misconduct, our California business lawyers can provide you with the experienced legal representation you both need and deserve. Contact our firm at (626) 314-1830 for a free consultation to discuss your options. House calls and after-hours appointments are available upon request.