Andrew Rubin, Esq.

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What do I need to prove negligence?

If you are considering a legal malpractice suit, the first thing to think about will probably be, "Which type of malpractice applies here?" There are several types of legal malpractice: breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and negligence. The first two may be simpler to prove - it's easy to see where a contract has not been fulfilled, or see a history of money spent to examine whether fiduciary duty has been upheld. Negligence, on the other hand, has a standard set of four points that you, as the plaintiff or injured party, must prove in order to be successful in your suit. 

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