You will need to speak with a lawyer that specializes in attorney malpractice within your state. Generally, Attorneys fees must be "reasonable," and a lawyer must provide competent and diligent representation. However, what those terms mean is defined by specific case law within your jurisdiction (read: state), so you will want to speak with a lawyer with a specialty in that area to see if the facts of your case meet the requirements. A good way to find a lawyer is to search for one on Avvo.com or contact your local bar association.
Hi Raj. Based on what you've said, there appears to be no conflict of interest here. If you feel you might want the names of other Attorneys to shop a price for their services, that would be wise. Other than that, they each serve distinct and different aspects of a purchase. Since most folks want to feel comfortable with whoever they work with, I would keep that in mind. Other that that, go for it. Good luck.... more