Little Rock Professional Negligence Lawyers
Helping Victims of Professional Negligence Throughout Arkansas
When you hire or seek services from a professional, you rightfully expect a certain level of service and care. In fact, professionals across all industries have a legal obligation to act in a manner that any other qualified professional would in the same or similar circumstances. When they fail to do so, they can be held liable for any resulting financial losses and other damages.
At Potts Law Firm, our Little Rock professional negligence lawyers represent clients in all types of civil litigation against negligent professionals. We can assist you in seeking fair financial restitution for the losses you have suffered as a result of professional negligence. Our team offers personalized legal representation, coupled with an aggressive approach to maximizing your recovery.
Give us a call at (501) 299-9270 or reach us online using our secure contact form to schedule a complimentary case evaluation today.
What Constitutes Professional Negligence?
In broad terms, professional negligence occurs whenever a professional in a specific industry fails to properly perform or provide services for which they were hired. Professionals must exercise “reasonable care” when it comes to performing or providing the services for which they were hired. This means that they must generally act in the same way another ordinarily prudent, rational person would in the same or similar circumstances. When professionals fail to exercise reasonable care, leading to personal injury, financial loss, and other damages, they can be held legally accountable.
Some examples of professional negligence include:
- Breach of contract
- Failure to deliver goods or services
- Failure to provide or perform services
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Gross negligence
- Negligence per se
- Fraud and attempted fraud
- Failure to conduct due diligence
Professional negligence can occur across a wide range of industries, including medical and healthcare, legal, accounting, architecture, engineering, and more.
How Do You Prove Professional Negligence?
To prove professional negligence, you must prove each of the following elements:
- The defendant owed you a duty of care, meaning a professional and/or contractual relationship existed between you and the defendant
- The defendant failed to uphold the duty of care, typically by failing to act in a way that another qualified professional would have acted or acting in a way that another qualified professional would not have acted in the same or similar circumstances
- You were harmed—i.e., you suffered a physical, emotional, and/or financial injury—which resulted in measurable damages, or losses, for which you can be compensated
- The defendant’s failure to uphold the duty of care was the direct or proximate cause (known as “causation”) of your injury and resulting damages
It is important that you work with a knowledgeable attorney, like those at Potts Law Firm, who can help prove the various elements of your case. We have extensive experience navigating these types of claims and understand the complex laws and nuanced regulations involved. Our Little Rock professional negligence attorneys are available to answer your questions and provide personalized legal counsel tailored to your unique situation.
Contact Potts Law Firm in Little Rock for Help with Your Professional Negligence Case
We are ready to take your call and assist you with your case. At our Little Rock office, we provide attentive, one-on-one legal services tailored around the unique needs of our clients. We intentionally limit our overall caseload to better provide personalized representation to each and every individual we serve.
As your legal team, we can answer any questions you may have and help you navigate the complex legal process. Contact us today to learn more.
Contact us online or by phone at (501) 299-9270 to request a free initial consultation.
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