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The Mostyn Law Firm News
Former Mostyn Law attorney claims firm owes him fees from thousands of cases, Amber Mostyn seeks transfer
BEAUMONT – Amber Mostyn, the widow of Steve Mostyn, is accusing a former Mostyn Law attorney of forum shopping and seeks to have the litigation transferred out of Jefferson County.
McALLEN – After nearly four years of litigation, USAA Texas Lloyds is seeking a favorable final judgment in a hail lawsuit brought through The Mostyn Law Firm in Houston.
BEAUMONT – A Hidalgo County jury recently found USAA Texas Lloyds complied with its insurance policy with a couple claiming the insurer undervalued their claim for hail damage.
BEAUMONT – The Ferguson Law Firm has just added “one of the best lawyers you’ll find anywhere,” firm founder Paul “Chip” Ferguson recently announced.
HOUSTON – Although Molly Bowen is listed as not eligible to practice law, the Mostyn Law attorney has her name attached to several recent civil filings.
BEAUMONT – The Mostyn Law Firm will shut down its offices in Beaumont and Austin, according to a Facebook post by Amber Mostyn, the widow of the firm’s founder, Steve Mostyn.
HOUSTON – An insurance litigator with Mostyn Law is currently not eligible to practice law in Texas, according to the State Bar of Texas website.
HOUSTON – Perform a web search for “Hurricane Harvey lawsuit” and chances are at least half a dozen ads paid for by trial lawyers will populate the top part of the browser. That’s nothing new, however, as Texas plaintiff’s attorneys, for the past decade or so, have advertised heavily following major storms in search of victims claiming their insurance claim was underpaid or improperly denied.
FORT WORTH – A “calendaring error” is apparently the reason why Mostyn Law failed to comply with a court order – a mistake that nearly led to a client’s hail suit being dismissed for want of prosecution.
DALLAS – Mostyn Law hail suits brought in Dallas County are seemingly starting to thaw, as one case has already been dismissed for want of prosecution, and a second looks like it will soon go the same way.
HOUSTON – Not long after Hurricane Harvey crashed upon Texas shores, trial lawyers began publicly urging victims to file insurance claims before Sept. 1 – the date a new law aimed at ending weather-related lawsuit abuse goes into effect.
HIDALGO COUNTY – A mistrial has been declared in a Mostyn Law hail lawsuit against USAA Texas Lloyd’s.
Trial of Mostyn Law suit against State Farm pushed back again, continuance due to Rene Sigman’s departure
HOUSTON – A foundation lawsuit brought against State Farm Lloyds has been continued once again, primarily because the attorneys who were handling case for Mostyn Law left the firm last month.
President of Mostyn’s Texas Association of Consumer Lawyers arrested, violent behavior was ‘fueled by alcohol’
DALLAS – The president of the Texas Association of Consumer Lawyers was recently arrested for assaulting several people while apparently intoxicated.
HOUSTON – Once Mostyn Law’s head of litigation, Rene Sigman has left the firm and joined the Merlin Law Group, a firm specializing in insurance litigation.
McALLEN – USAA Texas Lloyd’s is appealing a sizeable final judgment levied against it in a hail lawsuit brought through The Mostyn Law Firm.
Family contends owners of Kinsel Motors tried forcing minor daughter to have abortion, tossed her out on street
BEAUMONT – In May, the Owners of Kinsel Motors sued a family for allegedly verbally assaulting them in public and attempting to alienate them and their minor daughter.
Appeals court reverses Mostyn Law win in Ike case, firm had invoked appraisal then proceeded to trial anyways
HOUSTON – A Texas appellate court recently reversed a judgment won by the Mostyn Law Firm in a Hurricane Ike lawsuit, wiping away hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages and attorney’s fees.
AUSTIN – Trial courts need to be balanced when it comes to their rulings in electronic discovery disputes, as the Texas Supreme Court recently found judges must recognize “proportionality is the polestar.”