Professional Malpractice

Professional malpractice claims involve injury or damage caused by the wrongdoing or negligence of a business or an individual professional. Negligence is typically defined as conduct that fails to meet the legally established standard for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm. Examples of professional malpractice include a breach of fiduciary (involving trust) duty, mismanagement, fraud, carelessness, misconduct, and errors in judgment.

See also:

Medical Malpractice
Wrongful Death


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