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Escrow agents are not authorized to practice law. By drafting a promissory note, the escrow agency has engaged in the unauthorized practice of law, and that makes the agency "negligent per se," due to the violation of an important public policy.
Consequently, the answer is, "yes," you have case and you can sue. Provided that the statute of limitations on a professional nelgience claim has not yet expired.
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