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Is Judicial Error A Superseding Cause That Can Defeat A Lawyer Malpractice Claim?

Is Judicial Error A Superseding Cause That Can Defeat A Lawyer Malpractice Claim? By Bruce A. Campbell. Plus Journal, October 2016

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How Texas Lawyers Can Avoid Barratry Claims

Though most attorneys are decent, hard-working people, a few bad apples have unfortunately sullied the reputation of the profession in the eyes of many clients. It’s all too common for attorneys to be called “ambulance chasers,” only out to make a quick buck from someone else’s misfortune. In Texas, “ambulance chasing” is known by the […]

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Remember That Attorney Malpractice Suits Really Involve Two Cases

Attorneys do their best to avoid malpractice claims, so even the most experienced attorneys often don’t understand the complexities of these cases when presented with them. When it comes to a Texas attorney malpractice claim, plaintiffs aren’t just suing you for the mistake that you’ve allegedly made; they also have to prove that this mistake caused […]

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Understanding Legal Malpractice Insurance in Texas

Obtaining professional liability insurance is a part of sound financial planning for any Texas attorney. Even with the best of intentions, an attorney may miss a deadline or inadvertently make a mistake that has a devastating impact on a client’s case. While malpractice insurance can assist in covering some of the losses related to a […]

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The “Officer and an Gentleman” Rule

The “Officer and an Gentleman” Rule  by Bruce Campbell Click here to view the article

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