Who Will Decide My Malpractice Case?

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In most states, you will have a right to a trial by jury if you want one. Your trial will be presided over by a judge, who will decide issues of law and make rulings on what evidence the jury is entitled to hear. The jury will decide who they think is telling the truth, what the facts are, and how much you are entitled to recover in damages.

Under Florida law, either the plaintiff or the defendant can request a jury trial at the start of a malpractice case.   Florida uses a six-person jury in civil cases, including legal malpractice cases.

Who Will Decide My Malpractice Case?

Legal malpractice happens frequently, and most clients don’t even realize it. We handle legal malpractice cases throughout Florida. We would like to hear about your case and see if we may be able to assist you in making a recovery.

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If you think you may be the victim of legal malpractice after working with an attorney in Florida, then please contact us today. We would be happy to review your case and see if we can help.

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