The Challenges of Proving Causation in a Litigation Malpractice Claim

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Many of us remember the old adage: "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again." Recently the Texas Supreme Court noted in Rogers v. Zanetti, 518 S.W.3d 394 (Tex. 2017): "Legal malpractice is a land of second chances."

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  • UnCoverUp

    The expected type of honest services fraud opining by the pay-to-play lawyers who have been installed on the Texas Supreme Court by liability insurers, like the infamous AIG, long engaged in the "protection" racket for the lawyers they enlist on both sides of the bar to defraud insureds and third-party beneficiaries to liability insurance that our bribed state government bureaucrats allow these gangsters to sell in Texas. See search.txcourts.gov/SearchMedia.aspx?MediaVersionID=34d6e4e3-00ba-40bf-af32-416cc82922d0&coa=coa05&DT=Response&MediaID=9c4c7181-cd67-49ba-a095-4169d53ece22 and search.txcourts.gov/SearchMedia.aspx?MediaVersionID=0c6f0097-12fa-4469-9855-c912143e9ca6&coa=cossup&DT=BRIEFS&MediaID=be639bba-5ac3-4c14-bdca-7e9a1053e0ab

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