Some people are monomaniacal about food. With Paul Ferguson, it’s pizza – or pizza restaurant chains.
Provost Umphrey Law Firm News
BEAUMONT – Discovery issues have manifested in a lawsuit brought over a vaporizer that allegedly caught fire while in a man’s pocket.
BEAUMONT – From working on cases with his wife and son, to handling multi-million dollar litigation with his notable partners – Paul “Chip” Ferguson has built his law firm into an “effective and formidable” force in the past four years.
BEAUMONT, Texas – Trial law firm Provost Umphrey L.L.P. will help bring extra Christmas cheer to teens and young children facing life-threatening illnesses as the firm hosts Santa on Dec. 19 for a special gift delivery.
BEAUMONT – The Provost Umphrey Law Firm and equity partner James Payne have been hit with a legal malpractice lawsuit seeking more than $1 million in damages.
“‘Heart Of My Heart,’ I love that melody!” That’s the song Jefferson County trial lawyers are singing now. Only it’s Melody with a capital M, as in Melody Chappell, the Democrat nominee to replace retiring 172nd District Court Judge Donald Floyd in next month’s election.
With Bradley out, JC trial lawyers throw financial support behind Chappell in race to replace Judge Floyd
BEAUMONT – With their fellow plaintiff’s attorney out, Jefferson County trial lawyers are now throwing their financial support behind Melody Chappell in the race to replace Judge Donald Floyd of the 172nd District Court.
Provost Umphrey lawyer working with storm attorney named in barratry scheme, dozens of insurers sued by father-son duo
BEAUMONT – While a father-son attorney duo isn’t particularly remarkable, a court records search shows that a Provost Umphrey lawyer has worked with his son, whose name was previously mentioned in a barratry scheme, on dozens of storm lawsuits throughout Texas.
GALVESTON – The Boeing Co. is facing a lawsuit in response to a late 2016 helicopter crash in Galveston Bay that claimed the lives of two Texas Army National Guard chief warrant officers.
BEAUMONT – Throughout the years, the Provost Umphrey Law Firm has generously backed Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District Court, come election time.
PROVOST UMPHREY LAW FIRM: Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants Receive Class Action Status in VA Overtime Lawsuit
Lawsuit accuses Department of Veterans Affairs of failing to pay medical professionals overtime
BEAUMONT – From 1955 to 1979, the late Gerald Sullivan worked at Phillips Petroleum at its Borger facility, where he was allegedly exposed to asbestos.
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BEAUMONT – Although a Provost Umphrey equity partner apparently has no issue lecturing others on the “unfairness” of arbitration, he does, however, take issue with firm employees not wanting to arbitrate disputes, a recent lawsuit asserts.
BEAUMONT – The Ferguson Law Firm has just added “one of the best lawyers you’ll find anywhere,” firm founder Paul “Chip” Ferguson recently announced.
BEAUMONT – A district judge has been tasked to approve how a $1.75 million settlement in a wrongful death case is divvied up between the plaintiff, her attorneys, and a workers’ compensation carrier.
BEAUMONT – A Port Arthur woman alleges she sustained injuries to her face, mouth and knee in a fall at a restaurant in the city.
BEAUMONT – A widow recently filed a benzene lawsuit against Chevron USA and Texaco.
BEAUMONT — A customer is suing the parent company of Outback Steakhouse, alleging that insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries in one of the restaurants.