Former Client Sues Firm, Attorneys for $2 Million

, Texas Lawyer


"After the lawyers suspected a malpractice action, they successfully removed Gloria as the administratix of Mary Ann's estate in hopes that the statute of limitations would run before a new administratrix would take her place," plaintiff Gloria Cegielski alleges in the petition.

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Originally appeared in print as Former Client Sues Attorneys, Firm for $2 Million

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  • Gary Christmas

    If an expert report in a malpractice suit perhaps all of the subsequent actions would‘ve been avoided.

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