SURPRISE ENDING: A court found that a particular legal malpractice plaintiff did not need an expert but only because the plaintiff spent seven years pursuing a legal malpractice case that did not exist….

I pointed out in anĀ earlier postĀ that legal malpractice plaintiffs almost always need to retain one or more experts to testify on their behalf. A failure to get an expert in a legal malpractice case is almost always a recipe for […]