A: In most cases, determining whether a lawyer or other professional committed malpractice will require assistance from an expert in the same field. There are no hard and fast rules which indicate whether a lawyer or professional committed malpractice.
Under New Jersey law, a lawyer who undertakes representation of a client represent to that client that they have the general knowledge and skill of other lawyers, or in the case of a special matter, like an estate matter, the lawyer represents they have the general knowledge and skill of other estate lawyers.
Each case is unique. Determining whether there is a valid case of malpractice would require a factual analysis and expert review. It is important to speak to a qualified malpractice lawyer who will review the facts and discuss options on how to proceed.
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