Can I Sue My Bank? | You Can Sue a Bad Bank or Loan Servicer

by

Noted legal author and attorney Brian Mahany, the lawyer whose recent $16.65 settlement against Bank of America was the largest in U.S. history, answers the question: Can You Sue Your Bank?

TRANSCRIPT OF BRIAN MAHANY ON SUING LOAN SERVICERS AND BANKS

Business owners frequently get angry and frustrated with their bank but rarely do they sue. There is a perception that banks always win. While they may have deep pockets, courts and juries are increasingly unsympathetic to banks. This is especially true when banks fail to act in good faith and when they over reach.

OUR LAWYERS FOCUS ON INDIVIDUALS’ & COMPANIES’ CLAIMS AGAINST LENDERS

It is hard to find an experienced lawyer willing to sue a bank. Most of the true lender liability lawyers work for larger firms and are often conflicted out of a case because they or their law firm represent banks.

Not us. We limit our representation to business and individuals who have claims against banks.

SOME THEORIES OF LIABILITY WHEN SUING SERVICERS AND LENDERS

Cases that we handle include:

  • Failure to honor loan commitments
  • Failure to renew loans
  • Improper or wrongful foreclosures
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Improper enforcement of personal guarantees

We also take cases against commercial loan servicers such as LNR, CWCapital and C-III. Finally, we take cases brought by whistleblowers against banks and cases brought by victims of Ponzi schemes and fraud.

GOOD LAWYERS CAN WIN CASES AGAINST BAD BANKS

Cases against banks can be won if you have the right lawyers and facts. Give us a call to discuss your case. All inquiries and initial consultations are without charge and always confidential.

Brian Mahany, Financial Author and Lawyer Who Sues Banks

  • CONTACT INFORMATION[hidden email]   414.704.6731