Before heading to trial, your lawyer told you that you had a slam-dunk case. But on your day in court, you were stunned when the other side won and you lost miserably. Now, you are hurt, angry and several thousand dollars poorer.
You feel that your lawyer lied to you, or at least misled you about the likelihood of winning. Lawyers are supposed to be honest with their clients—so does this mean that you have a case for legal malpractice?