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Wells Fargo breach case remanded by appellate court; credit amount, debt don't add up

By Carrie Salls | Jan 16, 2018

HOUSTON – Wells Fargo Bank NA will have to explain how two breach-of-contract lawsuit defendants could have racked up $81,070.79 in unpaid debt on an alleged $30,000 business line of credit after the 14th Court of Appeals reversed a summary judgment entered in Wells Fargo’s favor and sent the case back to 113th District Court, Harris County for further proceedings.

Teller accuses Wells Fargo Bank of discrimination

By The SE Texas Record | Feb 2, 2017

GALVESTON — A La Porte woman is suing Wells Fargo, alleging racial discrimination.

State Farm granted summary judgment in Mostyn foundation suit

By David Yates | Nov 14, 2016

DALLAS – State Farm Lloyds recently shut down another Mostyn Law lawsuit, obtaining summary judgment in litigation brought after the insurer denied a couple’s claim for foundation damage.

State Farm racks up 13th win in a row, defeats another storm suit at trial

By David Yates | Oct 4, 2016

HOUSTON – While the No. 13 my be unlucky for some, State Farm Lloyds, a primary target for storm litigation the past several years, recently secured its 13th consecutive win, with a Harris County jury finding the insurer honored its policy.

SCOTUS to hear Katrina fraud case involving State Farm

By Rick Fahr | Jun 6, 2016

WASHINGTON – In their term that begins in October, U.S. Supreme Court justices will consider a case involving alleged fraud against the federal government in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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