Recent News About Speights and Worrich
BROWNSVILLE – The troubles surrounding Kent Livesay seemingly continue to mount, as an insurer recently filed a motion requesting the Texas hail attorney show his authority to represent a man who died six years prior to the filing date of litigation brought on his behalf.
More than 10,000 hail-damage lawsuits are expected to be filed in Texas this year. The number's likely to drop now that Speights & Worrich has announced its decision to “significantly downsize.”
SAN ANTONIO - The Texas law firm Speights & Worrich, which specializes in insurance disputes, has announced its decision to “significantly downsize,” claiming a barratry class action has “wrongfully damaged” the firm’s “professional reputation.” Other sources confidentially tell the Record that the law firm is actually dissolving and transferring all of its current clients to another law firm.