the New York Post is rarely a cite for us. Here is a legal malpractice story from the Post about the subway hero and legal malpractice. It can creep into almost any story.
"The Subway Superman who risked his life to save a fellow straphanger says he was taken for a ride and then thrown under the bus by a smooth-talking lawyer and her business partner"[The lawyers’] conduct in seeking to extract money from schoolchildren . . . is causing damage to his reputation and portraying him in a false light as a man of greed," the suit says.
His legal-malpractice suit seeks unspecified "damages for injury to plaintiff’s good name and reputation" from the pair’s conduct "in seeking to profit from his name."
Kleiman said her deal with Autrey was "very fair" – and she was just doing what Autrey and his family had asked her to do. "It’s very cut and dry," Kleiman said. "