Disciplinary/Ethical Violations

All attorneys are held to a high standard of ethical conduct under the Code of Professional Responsibility. If any attorney violates this ethical code of conduct, he or she faces possible sanctions and even disbarment. If the attorney that you hired and trusted with your case violated the ethical code of conduct, harming you and your claim, you may have a claim for legal malpractice.

At Weisberg Law, we help individuals who are victims of unethical conduct by their attorneys. When a client hires an attorney, that person is putting his or her utmost trust and faith in the attorney to represent his or her side of the case not only to the best of his or her ability, but with honesty and integrity. Stealing from a client's trust/escrow accounts and failing to obtain settlement authority prior to settling a case are examples of conduct that give cause for disciplinary proceedings and actions. We can represent you in a legal malpractice claim against your attorney and seek proper damages.

For a free consultation with our Philadelphia ethical violations attorney about the merits of your claim for legal malpractice or the ethical violations of an attorney, please contact us in Philadelphia, Morton or Pennsauken.

Violations Of The Lawyer's Code Of Professional Responsibility

When an attorney violates the Code of Professional Responsibility, he or she can be sanctioned, disbarred or face legal malpractice claims. Violations of the ethics code include:

  • Settling a case without settlement authorization from the client
  • Violating the attorney-client privilege, i.e., disclosing confidential information
  • Misplacing or stealing money from a trust fund, trust account or escrow account
  • Hiding evidence
  • Making false or misleading statements
  • Attempting to coerce the client or witnesses into making false statements
  • Overbilling

Our law firm is aggressive in holding unethical attorneys responsible for their actions. They are harming not only clients, but the entire justice system. If you believe you are a victim of legal malpractice or an attorney making ethical violations, talk to our attorney immediately about your situation.

Contact Our Philadelphia Disciplinary Hearing Lawyer

For more information about our professional services, schedule a consultation with a skilled disciplinary hearing lawyer at our firm. Contact us at Weisberg Law in Philadelphia, Morton or Pennsauken.