“Do You have a Professional Malpractice Claim?” From the Plaintiff’s Perspective

A professional commits malpractice when they are negligent or incompetent. Under the strict definition of professional malpractice, it only applies to the conduct of lawyers and doctors. However, generally speaking, it applies to professionals that have specialized training and are licensed by governmental agencies, claims against accountants, architects, stock brokers, financial advisors, engineers and other medical providers, i.e. dentists, chiropractors, nurses and therapists should also be considered. An alternative definition for those claims is “professional negligence.” [Read more…]