In all professions, individuals owe a duty to their clients to act reasonably and with professional care. Probably medical malpractice lawsuits are the most commonly known — that is, lawsuits where patients sue their doctors for failing to provide a reasonable standard of care — but standards of reasonable conduct apply whenever we rely upon a professional to provide a service, whether that professional is a hairdresser, a contractor, or even an attorney. So, for example, this firm has taken on cases arising from the opiate epidemic, where professionals have negligently prescribed unneeded opiate drugs, resulting in crippling addictions that destroy the patient’s health. But we have also represented victims of professional malpractice in many other contexts — from a woman who suffered severe burns when her hairdresser botched a routine hair dye to a business owner whose attorney failed to represent his best interests. We are passionate about representing our crime victim and catastrophically injured clients in a wide variety of professional malpractice lawsuits, because we understand that all people must occasionally place their safety and wellbeing in the hands of professionals, and when such professionals act incompetently or without due care the consequences can often be heartbreakingly sad and totally preventable. If you or a loved one are injured due to the carelessness or incompetence of a professional, you need attorneys who fully understand how to hold such persons fully accountable for any and all harm they have caused.