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Sue for Legal Malpractice

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This sounds like legal malpractice. You can sue on your own (pro se) in state court or you can find a new lawyer to help sue the old one.
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    Problem Lawyer stole settlement proceeds
    if a lawyer borrows money from your settlement then invests the $300,000 left for the rest of you life and loses the entire amount to a Ponzi scheme and will not give you an accounting of exactly what happened to your money, can you get it back or sue him for it? He was supposed to have it in trust and invest in very low risks things. He didn't tell you that your money was even gone for a long time and when he did he said he would pay it back.He paid for a while, but then started bouncing rent checks and I'd have to move. This happened with all bills until I was evicted and had no place to go. I'm on disability now. He decided I could get money that way, but I had to sell everything just to eat and buy food until i have nothing left, but a bed. Help.
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