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Fort Worth  William D Bishop

William Bishop

Tempe, AZ Divorce / Separation
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Fort Worth  John Matthew Weiland

John Weiland

Richmond, VA Criminal Defense
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Fort Worth  Salim John Sheikh

Salim Sheikh

Chicago, IL Criminal Defense
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Mae has been the best and on top of things from start.We feel that our case is being represented to the... more
Fort Worth  Mae Munir Innabi

Mae Innabi

Phoenix, AZ Business
Avvo rating 6.3
Nancy helped me with my husbands estate. She made the process less overwhelming, expedited important matters... more
Fort Worth  Nancy Anne Salerno

Nancy Salerno

Denver, CO Tax
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I have known David for more than6 years. He handled our work related to H1B cases and responding to USCIS... more
Fort Worth  David Minh Nguyen

David Nguyen

Houston, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 6.1
somebody referred me to mickeal block for a ticket I had in manhattan. initially, I thought this is not... more
Fort Worth  Michael Block

Michael Block

New York, NY Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 8.9
It took them a long time in order to settle my case. To the point that they couldn't find any witnesses and... more
Fort Worth  Boris Rubinstein

Boris Rubinstein

Bellevue, WA Personal Injury
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practicing lawyers in Fort Worth

In 1872, Fort Worth was in a prime position for growth. The city was expanding, and a railroad was being laid near the town. Then the Wall Street firm that served as the financial backer to the railroad collapsed. A mass exodus from Fort Worth followed, with some 75% of the population leaving.

A local citizen soon claimed that the city was so deserted he had seen a panther napping by the courthouse. While doubtless intended to mock the city, the city instead seized on the panther as a mascot. To this day, "Panther City" is the unofficial nickname of Fort Worth, and a statue of a panther stands by the Tarrant County Administration Building.