Law Review: What is a conflict of interest?
Conflicts of interest pop up in every facet of professional and personal life. The best example Anthony can think of on a grand scale is the Canadian and Australian Prime Ministers. They have conflicts of interest because they swear loyalty to both the people and the crown of England. Money that goes to the crown should go to the people because there are broken roads and helpless people in both Canada and Australia. The Prime Ministers have conflicts of interest and should dump the crown for the people.
Conflicts of interest are defined as a situation in which the concerns or aims of two different parties are incompatible. In a car crash case, an attorney cannot represent both the at-fault driver and his or her passenger, because the passenger was hurt by the at-fault driver. The attorney must represent either the driver or the passenger, not both. If there are multiple vehicles with multiple passengers and disputed liability, conflicts do spring up.
Our law firm will help sort your case to see if there are any conflicts of interest. Call our law firm at 702.830.7070 if you were hurt by the carelessness of another. We are dedicated to obtaining justice for individuals, the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless, and the damned. We are committed to protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression.