Firm Alleges Number-Napping Left Clients Incommunicado

, Texas Lawyer


Feb. 15 was the day the music died at the Fort Worth office of a busy personal-injury and criminal-defense firm. The phones just stopped ringing. When The Dunham Law Firm investigated, it learned someone allegedly had "transferred" the office's phone number to a new phone provider without its permission. Dunham Law alleges it learned from its voice over Internet protocol provider that its phone number was transferred or "ported" to another provider.

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