Professional Malpractice & Liability
Individuals place a high degree of trust in the professionals they hire to provide expertise in highly skilled areas such as legal services, health care, real estate, insurance, architecture, construction services, and financial counseling. Such complex matters can expose those professional service providers to industry discipline or professional liability when things go wrong, their clients become dissatisfied with their services and file disciplinary complaints or professional malpractice claims.
Jennings Haug Cunningham‘s lawyers are experienced in representing both individuals and professional service providers in disciplinary matters and professional liability (i.e. “malpractice”) claims. These claims typically involve highly complex litigation and can impact the parties professionally beyond the litigation. Although occasionally these complex claims can be resolved quickly and efficiently, our lawyers will thoroughly assess the dispute to fully evaluate the risks and potential post-litigation consequences to each available strategy in the representation.
JHC’s lawyers take personal pride in providing strong, committed advocacy for their professional malpractice clients in a wide variety of malpractice and liability claims, including:
- Dental malpractice
- Design Engineer, Architect, and Engineer malpractice
- Financial Advisor malpractice
- Insurance Broker and Agent malpractice
- Legal malpractice
- Medical and Nursing malpractice
- Pharmacist malpractice
- Real estate Broker and Agent malpractice
- Unethical business practices
- Lawyer Disciplinary Complaints for Ethical Violations
- Medical Disciplinary Complaints for Medial Mistakes
The lawyers of Jennings Haug Cunningham practicing in the area of Professional Malpractice & Liability are: Jack R. Cunningham, Jorge Franco, Jr., Laurence R. Sharlot, Blake E. Whiteman and Joseph A. Brophy .
Contact Arizona Professional Malpractice and Liability lawyers at Jennings Haug Cunningham. Serving clients nationwide in resolving claims arising throughout the state of Arizona, including the greater metropolitan Phoenix area, Tucson, Flagstaff, Yuma, and Prescott.