In many instances, professional negligence claims arise in the context of other types of cases. For example, a client may visit the professional’s office because he or she has slipped on ice and suffered a back injury. After investigating the situation, we may determine that the liability lies not exclusively with the owner of a property where the slip and fall occurred, but with the architect, builder or contractor who designed or constructed a drain to empty onto or drain across a sidewalk. Numerous other examples we could provide illustrate the importance of a thorough investigation and careful consideration of each client’s individual circumstances.
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