Professional Negligence Defense

Albany Malpractice Defense Lawyers

At O'Connor, O'Connor, Bresee & First, in Albany, New York, our attorneys have represented nearly every type of professional in malpractice and disciplinary hearings. We regularly defend attorneys, accountants, architects, engineers, insurance agents and brokers, title agents, stockbrokers and corporate directors and officers against claims of professional negligence or misconduct. Additionally, our firm is designated panel counsel for a variety of prominent insurance companies that insure professionals.

Our New York professional negligence defense lawyers have litigated claims against professionals in state and federal court in a broad range of professional negligence claims, including:

  • Lawyer professional liability
  • Corporate directors and officers
  • Insurance agents and brokers
  • Stockbroker liability
  • Title agents
  • Accountants
  • Architects
  • Engineers

Our clients have been accused of everything from breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty to billing fraud, and to criminal activity. We understand that their career and future depends on maintaining a professional license. We work closely with them to build and present a strong defense that aims to achieve the best possible outcome in their situation.

A Law Firm Attentive To Your Needs

Facing a disciplinary hearing in New York or Vermont can be a frightening experience, especially if this is your first time accused of doing something wrong. Our firm has the experience and resources to effectively represent your interests, but at the same time, is small enough to provide attentive client service. We will guide you through the disciplinary process, making sure you are fully aware of your rights and options along the way.

Contact Us When Your Professional License Is At Risk

For more information about our malpractice defense practice in New York or Vermont, please contact one of our experienced Albany, New York, professional negligence lawyers: Terence P. O'Connor or Dennis A. First.