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At Nowak & Stauch, PLLC, we believe that trust is the foundation of every great relationship, and the attorney-client relationship is no exception.
Clients must necessarily place a great deal of trust in their lawyers, and rightly so. Based upon this unique position of trust, lawyers owe their clients a fiduciary duty. The term ‘fiduciary’ refers to integrity and fidelity; thus, the attorney-client relationship is one of good faith, requiring absolute perfect candor, openness and honesty, and the absence of any concealment or deception.
Unfortunately, lawyers typically will not admit their errors in the handling of a case, much less the breach of a fiduciary duty owed to the client. Therefore, it is important for anyone who believes he may have a claim against his lawyer to obtain the advice and counsel of experienced lawyers capable of holding other lawyers accountable for their actions, or inactions as the case may be.
The law firm of Nowak & Stauch will earn and maintain your trust. While we cannot guarantee results, it is our goal to meet and exceed your expectations, and to restore your faith in our profession.
Contact the Dallas / Ft. Worth office of Nowak & Stauch to schedule an appointment.
If you have questions regarding a potential legal malpractice lawsuit in Texas, we encourage you to contact us by completing the contact form located on this website. We accept most cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning there is no charge to the client unless a recovery is obtained. Nowak & Stauch proudly serves the Spanish-speaking community.