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I would highly recommend Lester Reed if you are in need of a divorce attorney. I found Lester to be... more
Fort Worth  Lester K. Reed

Lester Reed

Fort Worth, TX Family
Avvo rating 7.2
Joshua Graham has been absolutely amazing! He is brilliant, knowledgeable, strategic, efficient, and... more
Fort Worth  Joshua Stewart Graham

Joshua Graham

Fort Worth, TX Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 5.8
I highly recommend Andrew Deegan as a lawyer. Throughout the entire time he was my lawyer he was very... more
Fort Worth  Andrew Michael Deegan

Andrew Deegan

Fort Worth, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 5.5
Did a great job. Well represented. We won the case!
Fort Worth  Joe Weldon Soward II

Joe Soward

Fort Worth, TX Securities Offerings
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We had an unfortunate event happen with our daughter. Mr. Deegan was appointed as her attorney. Mr. Deegan... more
Fort Worth  Andrew Michael Deegan

Andrew Deegan

Fort Worth, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 5.5
Lisa Pamplin, is one of the best criminal defense attorneys I have ever encountered she always kept her word,... more
Fort Worth  Lesa Machael Pamplin

Lesa Pamplin

Fort Worth, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.6
I'm very contended with Mr. Valko's professional services. He's an experienced and knowledgeable attorney... more
Fort Worth  Martin Valko

Martin Valko

Fort Worth, TX Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
Truman did an amazing job keeping me informed and up to date during my chapter 13 bankruptcy. He was so kind... more
Fort Worth  Truman Elbert Coe Jr.

Truman Coe

Fort Worth, TX Foreclosure
Avvo rating 6.5

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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.