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Islandia Legal Malpractice Lawyer

Frederick C. Johs, Esq.
Frederick C. Johs, Esq.
fcjohs@lewisjohs.com
631.240.0486
Dylan C. Braverman, Esq.
Dylan C. Braverman, Esq.
dcbraverman@lewisjohs.com
631.240.0486
Kevin G. Mescall, Esq.
Kevin G. Mescall, Esq.
kgmescall@lewisjohs.com
631.240.0486
Michael T. Colavecchio, Esq.
Michael T. Colavecchio, Esq.
mtcolavecchio@lewisjohs.com
631.240.0486

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The proven Islandia legal malpractice lawyer professionals at the Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles LLP law firm are experienced in the effective resolution of legal malpractice lawsuits as related to lawyers and other law professionals in New York. Islandia legal malpractice attorney professionals are knowledgeable in all areas of general legal malpractice law, including but not limited to breach of contract claims, defamation and malicious prosecution claims in Islandia New York. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that the case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Islandia legal malpractice lawyer.

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Experience Litigating Many Types of Legal Negligence:

  • Islandia Breach of Confidence Lawyer
  • Islandia Breach of Contract Lawyer
  • Islandia Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawyer
  • Islandia Defamation Lawyer
  • Islandia Legal Malpractice Lawyer
  • Islandia Legal Negligence Lawyer
  • Islandia Malicious Prosecution Lawyer
  • Islandia Statute of Limitations Lawyer

New York legal malpractice law defines the failure or negligence of an attorney to provide adequate or competent professional legal service to a client. In the incident that a client experiences damages as a result of such negligence, he or she may be able to pursue a legal malpractice claim against the attorney.

For legal malpractice to be “actionable” (having all the components necessary to constitute a viable cause of action), there must be a duty owed to someone, a breach of that duty, and resulting harm or damage that is proximately caused by that breach. The simplest way to apply the concept of proximate cause to legal malpractice is to ask whether, “but for” the alleged negligence, the harm or injury would have occurred?

A Islandia legal malpractice lawyer is professional and knowledgeable in understanding the details, facts, complications, and circumstances that arise in a Islandia legal malpractice case.

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Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles LLP

Islandia, NY Office

One CA Plaza, Suite 225
Islandia, NY 11749
United States

New York City Office

61 Broadway, Suite 2000
(btw Rector St. and Exchange Pl.)
New York, NY 10006
United States

Riverhead, NY Office

The Luce Building
21 East Second Street
Riverhead, NY 11901
United States

Law Firm Contact: Robert J. Avallone

Tel: 631.240.0486

Fax: 631.755.0117

Website: www.lewisjohs.com

Member Since: 2008

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