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The number of Thomas Law Firm’s text messages that you receive could be up to 12/month.


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Delivery of information and content to a mobile device may fail due to a variety of circumstances or conditions.  You understand and acknowledge that network services, including but not limited to mobile network services, are outside of Thomas Law Firm’s control, and Thomas Law Firm is not responsible or liable for issues arising from them.


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