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Experienced Litigation And Trial Counsel

Attorney Patrick H. O'Neill is a third-generation St. Paul, Minnesota, attorney dedicated to providing his clients with more than just run-of-the-mill legal services. He works diligently to provide his clients with exceptional results within an individually tailored attorney-client relationship.

St. Paul Legal Malpractice Attorney

As part of this ongoing dedication, Patrick has become particularly adept at holding his peers in the legal community accountable for legal malpractice. If your case has been mishandled by an attorney you wish you had not put your faith and trust in, we may be able to help.

We also represent those clients whose lawyers have breached their fiduciary duties to their clients by representing themselves to be competent in handling types of legal problem when, in fact, they were not. These matters include recovering against attorneys unfit for estate planning who have given incompetent advice and business lawyers who have negligently drafted antenuptial agreements.

Our knowledge of professional malpractice matters includes a command of accounting malpractice. Clients particularly find themselves victimized in accounting matters as a result of professionally incompetent advice as well as a result of outright accounting fraud, among other situations. We bring the knowledge our clients need as well as the developed network of professionals and experts necessary to properly build these cases.

Minnesota Attorney Serving St. Paul And All Of Twin Cities Area

Contact Patrick to discuss your situation with an experienced attorney who can help. Free consultations in legal malpractice cases.

Call 651-312-6500 Or 1-877-373-5501


Patrick H. O'Neill, Jr.
Now Practicing At Larson King
30 East Seventh Street, Suite 2800
Saint Paul, MN 55101
Phone: 651-312-6500
Toll Free: 877-373-5501
Fax: 651-312-6618
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