Join a Mortgage Industry Defective Product Liability Lawsuit

When deciding if you should sue your lender there are two essential requirements.

1) First, did the lender who you think violated your rights have a duty to refrain from the activity that you think would form the basis of a suit or did they have a legal duty to do something and they did not do it. It is very difficult to determine the answer to that question. It will depend on State law and including administrative law both State and Federal.

2) Second essential is there compensable damages? Damages for which a Court can award you monetary awards or injunctive relief (order the Lender to do something or stop doing something)


3) Is Your Loan Serviced By One of The Lenders Below?

# Bank of America
# Chase Bank
# Wells Fargo Bank
# Indy Mac
# One West Bank
# US Bank

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