Grave Consequences: 14th Court Says Cemetery Not Abandoned

, Texas Lawyer


Sometimes finding a lawyer is a litigant's biggest battle. That's what Catherine Levandovsky realized two years ago when she was looking for an attorney to help her mother fight gas companies that wanted to move the bodies in her family's 114-year-old cemetery. More than seven firms turned Levandovsky down when they learned her mother didn't want to file a separate suit to seek damages against the companies, she says. Matt McCormick of Huntsville represents the plaintiffs.

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