Here’s a litigation head-scratcher: Does a prevailing plaintiff ever have a right to contest the legal fees incurred by the defense?

That’s the unusual question pending before Smith County Court-at-Law No. 2 Judge Randall L. Rogers in a rare case in which a plaintiff is suing a law firm, alleging the firm charged too much to defend its client in an underlying insurance-claim dispute.

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