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Camp Lejeune Case

Camp Lejeune Case

Exposed to Contaminated Drinking Water at Camp Lejeune Before 1987? The drinking water at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune was contaminated between 1953 and 1987, and the effects were devastating.  Many people are experiencing serious health complications, including...

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Jimbo Terrell Elected to the Board of Bar Commissioners

James M. “Jimbo” Terrell, a shareholder of Methvin Terrell, was elected by his peers in the Tenth Judicial Circuit to serve on the Alabama State Bar’s Board of Bar Commissioners.  Jimbo was elected to a three-year term, which begins on July 1, 2018.  Robert G....

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Why Fuel Surcharges are a Scam

Often called “fuel surcharges” or “fuel recovery fees,” these add-on fees which many companies charge on top of their initial service price may be considered deceptive and misleading in violation of state consumer protection laws and, in many cases, a breach of these...

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Fuel Surcharge, Environmental Fee, and Damage Waiver Claims

Fuel Surcharge, Environmental Fee, and Damage Waiver Claims

The Attorneys at McCallum, Methvin & Terrell are currently investigating claims involving improperly charged “fuel surcharge” fees, "fuel recovery fees," "environmental fees," and "damage waiver" or "limited damage waiver" fees in the waste disposal,...

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Bridge v. Phoenix Bond & Indemnity Co.

The Supreme Court in Bridge v. Phoenix Bond & Indemnity Co. further strengthens civil RICO claims as a means to address widespread fraudulent schemes by holding that a “plaintiff asserting a RICO claim predicated on mail fraud need not show ... that it relied on...

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Class Action Certification Order

The United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama certifies a class action brought by McCallum, Methvin & Terrell on behalf of thousands of pharmacies across the nation who were under-reimbursed for prescription drugs.

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Lowery v. Alabama Power Company

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Lowery v. Alabama Power Company , severely limits what documents defendants may use when attempting to remove cases under the Class Action Fairness Act and confirming that class actions belong in state court unless it is clear...

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Klay v. Humana

Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Klay v. Humana  reverses denial of class certification of a RICO claim, finding that evidence of reliance could be established through common evidence and inferences.

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