Countless parties--from businesses themselves to partners, creditors, investors and stockholders--rely on the professional opinions of auditors and certified public accountants. When the accountant fails in his or her duties, it can have expensive consequences for those who have relied on the CPA's opinion. If you or your firm has been accused of accounting malpractice, you need the assistance of a law firm with experience handling accountants' professional liability issues. Although your accountants' professional indemnity insurance offers some protection, complaints and lawsuits can have long-lasting effects on your license and public reputation. An accountants' liability attorney can vigorously advocate on your behalf, while defending you against allegations of mistakes, errors and wrongdoing.