My question involves malpractice by a lawyer in the state of: Florida
I had stopped hearing from my workers comp attorney for about 6 months then out of nowhere I get a letter from the judges office which states my attorney has removed herself from my case. She used "distance as 1 mitigating factor".
Now this attorney was fully aware of the distance between us when she took the case so that's a bunch of garbage she fed the judges office.
Ok so now she decides to give my case/file to an attorney I never heard of before who works at a completely different law firm in a different part of the state.
This "new" attorney filed several documents with the judges office without my knowledge or consent?
When I complained to lawyer 1 she took my case back however the "new" attorney removed himself from the case and withdrew my benefits petition when doing so? The opposing counsel has raised questions/opposition about this. Why did he withdraw my benefits petition can he do that?
I believe both these attorneys behaved unethical and can I sue one or both if so then for what? I haven't had my day in court yet. What can I do legally.