NEED HELP FINDING A GOOD LAWYER FOR YOUR CASE?
NEED ADVICE DEALING WITH A BAD LAWYER YOU ALREADY HIRED?
ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS ARE ADDRESSED IN THIS CONCISE LITTLE BOOK JAM PACKED WITH INFORMATION ANY CLIENT OR PROSPECTIVE CLIENT NEEDS TO KNOW WHEN HIRING A LAWYER OR GETTING EVEN WITH A BAD ONE.
IN THIS BOOK YOU’LL FIND:
- A SERIES OF SURE FIRE STEPS GUARANTEED TO HELP YOU
FIND A GOOD LAWYER FOR YOUR CASE.
- THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GOOD LAWYERING THAT GOOD
LAWYERS FOLLOW AND BAD LAWYERS DON’T.
- READILY AVAILABLE REMEDIES FOR GETTING EVEN WITH A
BAD LAWYER THAT MAY HELP YOU OBTAIN JUSTICE AND EVEN
MONETARY COMPENSATION FOR ANY LOSSES YOU MAY HAVE
SUFFERED BECAUSE OF BAD LAWYERING.
- A CONCISE DESCRIPTION OF THE VARIOUS STATE SYSTEMS
ESTABLISHED TO PUNISH BAD LAWYERS AND WHY AND HOW
THOSE SYSTEMS SOMETIMES FAIL THE CONSUMER.
AFTER READING THIS BOOK, CONSUMERS OF LEGAL SERVICES WILL BE CONFIDENT THAT A GOOD LAWYERS ARE OUT THERE TO HANDLE THEIR LEGAL PROBLEMS AND THAT THERE ARE REMEDIES AVAILABLE THAT CAN HELP THEM GET EVEN WITH BAD LAWYERS.
DURING THE AUTHOR’S 18 YEARS AS HEAD OF AN AGENCY POLICING BAD LAWYERS, IN WHICH HE REVIEWED AND PROCESSED THOUSANDS OF LAWYER MISCONDUCT INVESTIGATIONSM, HE GAINED INVALUABLE AND UNIQUE INSIDE KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT A LAWYER CAN AND SHOULD DO TO DEAL WITH BAD LAWYERING. THIS BOOK OFFERS THAT KNOWLEDGE TO HELP CLIENTS TAKE QUICK AND EFFECTIVE ACTION TO GET EVEN WITH A BAD LAWYER.
THIS BOOK PROVIDES A COMPREHENSIVE BUT CONCISE REVIEW OF BAD LAWYERING AND WHAT THE CONSUMER CAN DO TO PREVENT AND DEAL WITH IT. WHILE WRITTEN FOR THE LAYMAN, THIS BOOK IS A VALUABLE ADDITION TO A PRACTICING LAWYER’S REFERENCE SHELF.
Vince Scarsella knows plenty about lawyers gone bad. First he's a lawyer himself and has been in the practice of law for over 32 years and has had dealings with many good lawyers and some bad lawyers. For 18 years, from 1989 to 2008, he was in charge of the Eighth Judicial District Attorney Grievance Office in Buffalo, New York, an agency that investigates lawyers who have gone bad – that is, lawyers practicing who were subject of complaints of unethical and unprofessional conduct. During that time, he reviewed, processed, coordinated and/or disposed of, often from start to finish, over 15,000 complaints of lawyer misconduct committed in Western New York, including Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Jamestown, Rochester and Syracuse. Many of these investigations involved serious violations of lawyer ethics rules resulting in lengthy suspensions, resignations or disbarments of the attorneys found after complex hearings to have committed such misconduct. Therefore, he knows the topic of bad lawyering and how best to deal with it.