Was Your Attorney Loyal To You?
The civil litigation and personal injury law offices of Konicek & Dillon, P.C., represents clients in claims against attorneys for failing to disclose conflicts of interest. Our attorneys are committed to upholding the principle that it is a serious ethical violation for a lawyer or law firm to represent a client when the lawyer or law firm has a conflict of interest. Conflicts of interest come in many forms. If you suspect that your lawyer or law firm has or had a conflict of interest and that you were harmed as a result, you need to contact Konicek & Dillon, P.C.
Legal Malpractice Claims: Let Us Help You
A conflict of interest occurs when an attorney has divided loyalties or when a lawyer or law firm places its own interests above the interests of the client. Attorneys are sworn to uphold the principles of zealous, dedicated representation in their clients’ best interests.
Often, an attorney or law firm will not be aware of a potential conflict of interest at the outset of the representation. However, attorneys must immediately disclose to the client any potential, perceived or real conflicts of interest, or offer to withdraw from or decline representation.
If your attorney did not disclose a conflict of interest, you may have a legal malpractice or breach of fiduciary duty claim based on the conflict of interest. We handle these cases in a wide variety of circumstances, including:
- Failure to disclose conflict of interest
- Attorney negligence
- Breach of client confidentiality
- Lawyer negligence
- Entertainment law malpractice
- Patent law malpractice
- Copyright law malpractice
Contact us at the Chicago attorney negligence offices of Konicek & Dillon, P.C., to schedule a cost-free consultation about your legal malpractice claim. You can also call us at either of our two offices: Geneva (630-313-2071) or Chicago (312-239-0283).