The stroke lawsuit update is a supplement to the Law Journal article on the second stroke lawsuit. In the article, the facts of the case were disclosed and discussed in more detail. This article covers the details of the damages that the plaintiff received, the trial date, what jury selection was, and other relevant facts pertaining to the case. While the case itself was resolved, the Law Journal article covered the timeline of events that led up to it.
Stryker Lawsuit Update
The defendant in the case is defendants insurer AIG, which was partially responsible for the downfall of the financial market. The case revolves around the role of AIG attorneys, David Stryker and James Giddens, in advising their client, Richard Karp, a vice president of AIG who had a hand in helping to broker the down turn in the economy. The two lawyers discussed the matter in a meeting and decided to discuss the case with the law firm.
The lawyers then filed briefs in the Federal Court and the United States Court of Appeals, leading to the current lawsuit. It was revealed at the end of the article that there was substantial evidence pointing to insurance fraud at AIG, which may result in a class action suit being filed against the company by its investors.
At the end of the article, an additional stroke lawsuit update was provided with a link to a site where one can find additional information regarding the case.
It is possible to see that the case is still ongoing in the courts. Further, there is no date set for a trial date yet. One other interesting piece of information from the article relates to the possibility of a negotiated settlement. If this happens, it may lead to an outcome that is better than having the case go to trial.
There have been several people who lost their life savings because they could not get loans for their business due to the fact that their credit was bad.
Another reason why lawsuits have been filed against AIG is the fact that they mis-sold warrants. This refers to the practice of issuing fake warrant orders to individuals who did not require them in order to fund their business venture. To date, the Federal Trade Commission has fined AIG hundreds of millions of dollars for this issue. However, there are still several lawsuits pending.
In Part II of this stroke lawsuit update, we learned that another class action suit was being prepared in order to represent the employees of AIG who have been wrongfully terminated.
One of the attorneys in this case is John M. DiLorenzi. His lawsuit claims that he was illegally terminated due to his uncovering of the fraud within the AIG department. It appears that this attorney is on the verge of filing a case against the government over this matter.
We will end this strike lawsuit update by pointing out that in the case of foreclosure, one has to wait for a court date in order to pursue it.
The case for foreclosure could take years before it is finally resolved. Many homeowners are left without a home as a result of this case. For more information on this and other related topics, please follow the links below.