We are very proud of our work and results we have obtained on behalf of our clients. More important than the money, however, is the opportunity to allow victims to “have their day in court” and knowing that to the best of our ability, the TRUTH was put on display in the public forum of a courtroom, for the world to see, and for the defendants to acknowledge.
1) June 2016; State District Court, $600,000 settlement against manufacturer of defective assistive device including failure to honor the required warranty terms. This action was brought under state law unfair deceptive acts and practices law as well as state law defective assistance device act.
2) January 2016, United States District Court; $800,000 settlement of action against residential home loan mortgage servicer for failing to honor permanent loan modification agreement and wrongful debt collection. Before our firm became involved, local counsel offered to settle the case for less than half of the settlement amount, which was declined by the mortgage servicer.
3) November 2015, USDC Eastern District Missouri, $880,000 judgment following jury trial in May v Nationstar Mortgage LLC. Nationstar sought to collect 2,000 as “corporate advances” after borrower completed Chapter 13 plan and thereafter failing to correct its admitted error. Verdict was for invasion of privacy and violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
4) February 2015, US District Court, $1,000,000 settlement of action involving wrongful dishonor of permanent mortgage loan modification and wrongful collection.
5) January 2015, State District Court, $1,000,000 settlement of counterclaim in defending foreclosure in which mortgage loan servicer accepted numerous TPP payments and borrower alleged servicer did not engage in good faith evaluation of permanent loan modification.
6) December 2014, State District Court, $1,950,000 settlement of action for wrongful foreclosure and failure to honor loan modification.
7) May 2014, State District Court, $550,000 settlement including release and extinguishment of lien due to misapplication of payments and wrongful foreclosure.
8) April 2014, US District Court, $1.4 million settlement due to wrongful dishonor of completed loan modification.
9) January 2014, US District Court, $2.75 million settlement due to collection abuse and wrongful institution of foreclosure on paid off note and mortgage.
10) December 2013, State District Court, $545,000 settlement, plus forgiveness of debt, for wrongful foreclosure and dishonor of loan modification agreement.
11) September 2012, State District Court, $450,000 settlement for auto dealer fraud, sale of previously wrecked frame damaged vehicle without disclosure.
12) July 2012, US District Court, $2.0 million dollar settlement, wrongful debt collection due to misapplied payment.
13) February 2012, $1.6 million settlement for abusive debt collection and false credit reporting.
14) January 2012, Oklahoma District Court, settlement of $200,000 related to wrongful collection abuse.
15) July 2011, USDC New Mexico, $1.26 million jury verdict against the Law Offices of Farrell & Seldin for wrongful debt collection.
16) May 2011 USDC Maryland, $545,000 settlement including release of debt in action for misapplication of payoff of loan balance.
17) January 2011, $240,000 settlement in a collection abuse case.
18) November 2010, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, $535,000 settlement consisting of $275,000 cash payment and release of $260,000 note balance and release of deed of trust. Action against now defunct predatory lender based upon refinance of existing home loan with no material financial benefit to disabled borrowers.
19) October 2010, USDC Western District of Pennsylvania, settlement of $380,000 in a mortgage servicer misapplication of payments.
20) September 2010, USDC Northern District of Oklahoma, settlement of $880,000 in a collection abuse case related to credit card account.
21) July 2010, $190,000 settlement in an auto fraud case.
22) June 2010, $100,000 settlement in an auto fraud case (false representation regarding pay off of trade in vehicle).
23) May 2010, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, $400,000 verdict against AutoMax for violation of the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act.
24) April 2010, USDC Western District of Wisconsin, settlement of $515,000 in a collection abuse case.
25) October 2009, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, $332,800 jury verdict against Jackie Cooper Imports for fraud and negligence for sale of undisclosed wreck damaged and repaired used vehicle.
26) October 2009, Tulsa, Oklahoma, $310,000 verdict against Wells Fargo Auto Finance, Inc. for violation of the Oklahoma Consumer Protection Act.
27) April 2009, USDC Northern District of California, $500,000 verdict in actual and punitive damages for violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
28) January 2007, Baltimore City, Maryland, $426,100 verdict in actual and punitive damages for fraud and wrongful collection related to the purchase of a vehicle.
29) September 2006, USDC Eastern District of New York, $1 million settlement against now defunct predatory residential lender involving fully funded construction loan to elderly homeowner rather than reverse mortgage, as represented. Settlement included $600,000 cash and release of $400,000 note and security instrument.
30) July 2006 $850,000 settlement of multi-consumer action involving title laundering scheme (combined financial losses averaging less than $5,000 per consumer).
31) February 2006, Orange County, California Superior Court, $347,000 jury verdict in actual and punitive damages against credit union based on failure of auto broker to pay off prior.
32) November 2005, Tulsa County District Court, $4.94 million jury verdict in actual and punitive damages against Ameriquest for predatory lending and threat of wrongful foreclosure.
33) November 2004, Tulsa County District Court, Oklahoma, $1.75 million jury verdict in actual and punitive damages against Security Finance for predatory lending and wrongful collection.
34) February 2002, Creek County District Court, Oklahoma, $1.35 million jury verdict in actual and punitive damages against Conseco Finance for wrongful collections on forged contract.
35) October 2001, Tulsa County District Court, Oklahoma, $310,000 jury verdict in actual and punitive damages against payday lender for willful overcharge of $105.
36) October 2000, Rogers County District Court, Oklahoma, $3 million jury verdict for emotional distress damages and $3,000 for breach of contract against health insurer for wrongful delay and refusal to pay benefits due under short term health insurance coverage.
Each case stands on its own facts. You may not infer any probability of success based upon our results in previous cases.