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We can help you file a more effective grievance against any attorney in America. Over 100,000 grievances are filed annually but nearly 90% of them are dismissed. We can help improve your odds for receiving justice. Be heard today!
You can file a grievance against any licensed attorney nationwide. You can also refile a previously dismissed grievance for reconsideration under certain circumstances.
Find out if a grievance has been filed against an attorney or if a disciplinary record exists in our database. Compare one attorney to another by ordering a combo report.
Why Our Service Gives You Better Results
Grievances are currently kept confidential in most States. Once dismissed, the records are almost always purged. Because the records are confidential and frequently destroyed, it is difficult to discover a pattern of behavior that might be deemed unethical or illegal.
We retain all filed grievances whether dismissed or not. We review them for patterns of abuse. This retention and review process often leads to success when grievances are filed again for reconsideration. It also helps us show a pattern that may have been missed.
Common Reasons to File A Legal Grievance
The most common reason to file a legal grievance is for attorney misconduct. This is unethical or illegal conduct as established by the American Bar Association. The rules have been adopted by nearly all 50 States.
Some of the most common examples of unethical or illegal attorney conduct include failing to thoroughly communicate with a client, over billing, hiding evidence and making misleading statements to clients or the Court. However, this is not a complete list. Our system can help you identify these and many other legitimate complaints worthy of a grievance filing or a reconsideration.
What to Expect From Our Comprehensive Reports
We offer three types of reports including: the single report, the combo report and the bundled report. The single and combo reports are available to the public. The bundled report is exclusively for law firms.
The single report contains data on one attorney. The combo report compares up to three attorneys. The bundled report contains data on up to ten attorneys chosen by the firm. See sample reports for specific content.
What Happens After You File A Legal Grievance
We do not discipline attorneys. We assist the public with the preparation of grievances that are then submitted to the correct disciplinary authority. That authority is usually the Bar Association or the State Supreme Court.
We monitor the progress of those grievances, advise the public on how to respond to additional requests for information and track the outcomes of the filings. We connect people who have had similar experiences with an attorney and encourage them to pool their stories together to leverage more desirable results for everyone.