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Business Owner Receives Settlement after
Suing Former Attorney for Lost Case against Insurance Company

BUSINESS OWNER RECEIVES SETTLEMENT AFTER SUING FORMER ATTORNEY FOR LOST CASE AGAINST INSURANCE COMPANY Settlement: **CONFIDENTIAL** Overview of Case: The Plaintiff, a business owner, sued his former attorney after losing his case against his insurance company due to fire damage. The business owner’s former representation breached their contract with the business owner and were negligent in their representation of him. His former attorney failed to properly investigate, assemble, prepare, file and prosecute the insurance claim. Trial or Settlement: Settlement County where Tried or Settled: Mecklenburg Concluded: 2010 Attorney for Plaintiff: Thomas L. Odom, Jr., The Odom Firm, PLLC of Charlotte, North Carolina

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