Practices


Household deal not for all, Up to 75,000 customers may be shut out of the settlement of predatory-lending claims

August 22, 2003 - Tens of thousands of customers of a Household International unit have been excluded from the lender's multimillion-dollar payment to settle claims of abusive lending practices, consumer... Read More


Defrauded borrowers vow to fight lender

August 13, 2003 - “It's just not good enough.” That's what many consumers around the country say about the whopping $484 million settlement reached between Illinois-based Household International... Read More


Couple files suit against Ozark National Life Insurance

June 17, 2003 - James E. Bell, Kim L. Easley-Bell and Windel McCaskill each met with an agent of Ozark National Life Insurance Company about purchasing a unique type of life insurance from Ozark, one... Read More


Charter Cable Case Sent Back to County

June 17, 2003 - A Montgomery-originated class action suit against cable giant Charter Communications which a federal court had been reviewing since December has been bounced back to a Montgomery County... Read More


Beasley Hired in Exxon Suit

June 9, 2003 - A lawsuit that produced the largest jury verdict in state history goes back to court for a new trial in October, with Republican Gov. Bob Riley bringing in prominent plaintiff lawyer Jere... Read More


New Trial Set for Exxon Mobil Royalties Case with $3.5 Billion Verdict

June 8, 2003 - A lawsuit that produced the largest jury verdict in state history goes back to court for a new trial in October, with Republican Gov. Bob Riley bringing in prominent plaintiff lawyer Jere... Read More


Exxon Mobil, State Face New Trial Duel Over Gas Royalties

June 6, 2003 - A lawsuit that produced the largest jury verdict in state history goes back to court for a new trial in October. Read More


Beasley Allen files over 350 lawsuits

April 17, 2003 - Beasley Allen is one of the leading civil litigators in the United States with approximately 350 lawsuits currently UnumProvident Corporation and its subsidiary companies. Additional... Read More


Some 10,000 doctors left with no coverage

April 10, 2003 - Approximately 10,000 doctors nationwide were left without medical malpractice insurance when their insurance company stopped paying claims and went into receivership. As a result, our firm... Read More


Lawsuits allege deception on part of Reciprocal of America

April 3, 2003 - For many insurance companies, reinsurance provides crucial protection against unexpectedly large claims. Read More


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