Hundreds of Tarrant County lawyers are faced with picking through the remains of their offices and piecing together their practices after tornadoes ripped through downtown Fort Worth March 28 causing heavy damage to several buildings.

At least four people were killed during the storms, which hit the city about 6:30 p.m. after most downtown workers had already gone home. There were no reports of fatalities from inside the buildings as of press time.

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