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First time feeling I had some one that showed they were interested in helping us by going the extra mile. We... more
Fort Worth  Tyler Gene Thomas

Tyler Thomas

Fort Worth, TX Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.0
Money, money, is what he's about. He had very little attempt in standing up to other attornies to defend his... more
Fort Worth  Harry Baxter Harris III

Harry Harris

Fort Worth, TX Family
Avvo rating 6.2
Lisa exceeded all our expectations of a court appointed attorney when my husband was involuntarily held for... more
Fort Worth  Lisa Mary Haines

Lisa Haines

Fort Worth, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.6
James set up court date with JP in our area and when talking to the Judge about my son's case, the Judge... more
Fort Worth  James Earl Davidson

James Davidson

Fort Worth, TX Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 7.2
It's pretty rare to find a professional that can handle multiple areas of the law with genuine, moral and... more
Fort Worth  James Earl Davidson

James Davidson

Fort Worth, TX Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 7.2
Very unorganized. Sometimes he doesn't even show up to court, or even give a notice that he wont be showing... more
Fort Worth  David Benavides Cantu

David Cantu

Fort Worth, TX Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.7
My experience with Stuart Young, was nothing less than excellent. His desire to help me was outstanding. The... more
Fort Worth  Stuart Alan Young

Stuart Young

West Palm Beach, FL Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating 10.0
Attorney Peter Lamont is a top notch Attorney and in my opinion is a 5 Star Attorney all the way around. I... more
Fort Worth  Peter Joseph Lamont

Peter Lamont

Monument, CO Business
Avvo rating 10.0

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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.