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Holding Attorneys Accountable For Breaching Their Relationship With You

Ney Rhein, LLC helps to even the odds clients face when attempting to recover damages from former attorneys who have breached their fiduciary duties to their clients. Focusing on legal malpractice over the past decade has made us knowledgeable of Georgia law, specific issues involving legal malpractice and judges’ points of view under certain circumstances. We understand the standards lawyers are expected to meet and can effectively pursue claims for clients against lawyers who have failed to meet those standards.

What Is A Breach Of Fiduciary Duty?

The relationship between an attorney and client often involves the handling of clients’ funds and business interests. Attorneys are held to the highest possible standards when handling such matters. An attorney who lacks integrity, experience or competence can make costly errors, which cause substantial damages to the client.

You have rights when you retain an attorney. You have the right that your funds, property and business interests will be protected. When an attorney fails to protect a client’s interest, he or she needs to retain new counsel with the skill and experience necessary to recover for the damages that he or she has suffered.

We pride ourselves on our unwavering commitment to the high ethical standards of the legal profession. Our legal team has earned the trust of not only clients, but also peer attorneys to protect the rights of legal malpractice victims. We take a team-driven approach to holding attorneys responsible for dishonest and deceptive behavior, identifying the unique issues involved in a breach of fiduciary duty claim.

Protecting Your Rights In Legal Malpractice Cases

Schedule a free and confidential consultation with our Atlanta-area firm by contacting us online. You can also reach us at 404-963-9519 or toll-free at 888-341-0080.