Here is a case from Texas on legal malpractice insurance coverage.
"Medmarc Cas. Ins. Co. v. Craytor, 2006 WL 2882563(E.D.Tex. Oct 06, 2006); 2006 WL 3030566 (E.D.Tex. Oct 23, 2006) (NO. 5:06CV95)
Judge: Caroline Craven/ David Folsom
Holding: Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff’s Counterclaim GRANTED
This case arises out of a legal malpractice claim asserted by Carolyn Miller against Bart Craytor. Miller sought representation from Craytor regarding a 2001 automobile accident. Craytor failed to obtained service of summons on any of the defendants by August 5, 2004, and Miller’s suit was dismissed with prejudice as the three-year statute of limitations had lapsed. The legal malpractice lawsuit was resolved when the parties entered into a consent judgment in the amount of $175,000. Medmarc Casualty Insurance Company denied coverage to Craytor for the lawsuit and subsequent consent judgment because Medmarc contends that the express provisions of the Medmarc policies exclude coverage for Craytor’s alleged legal malpractice.