Legal Malpractice

It takes a special kind of law firm to be the legal malpractice attorney Staten Island residents and business professionals count on. But for many years now, Sgarlato and Sgarlato has been the legal malpractice lawyer Staten Island clients have been counting for honest and comprehensive representation.

Private individuals can be most affected by legal malpractice because they do not get involved in lawsuits on a regular basis. If a previous attorney has made terrible mistakes in your child custody case or did not file important paperwork in your personal injury case by the prescribed deadline, then you need to contact Sgarlato and Sgarlato immediately. Our professionals work hard to be the legal malpractice attorney Staten Island citizens count on to clean up messes created by previous attorneys and set the record straight.

If your business has suffered because your corporate council has made terrible errors in handling your legal affairs, then contact Sgarlato and Sgarlato. We are the legal malpractice lawyer Staten Island businesses have been relying on for years to straighten out cases that have been mishandled by other attorneys. We will look over your case and use our years of professional experience to offer a viable solution.

No one wants to believe that their attorney would steer them wrong. When private citizens or companies go to an attorney, they do so with the confidence that their attorney knows what they are doing and can get the job done. When it comes apparent that you are not getting the quality legal representation you deserve, then you need contact the experienced attorneys at Sgarlato and Sgarlato and let us start getting your legal affairs back on track.

Call us today so we can stop the damage that has been done and get your legal situation corrected.

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