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Caddell & Chapman represents plaintiffs nationwide in class actions and other complex litigation.

Multi-Million Dollar Insurance Litigation

Caddell & Chapman represented Park Memorial Condominium Association in litigation against Lexington Insurance company for breach of contract in denying Park Memorial’s insurance claim and  failing to indemnify Park Memorial for covered damages at the condominiums in accordance with the conditions of the policy. Park Memorial submitted an insurance claim to Lexington related to partial collapse at the Park Memorial Condominiums. The physical and structural damage was so severe that the City of Houston ordered …

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Caddell & Chapman represents plaintiffs nationwide in class action lawsuits and other complex litigation.

Breach-of-Contract Recovery

Caddell & Chapman served as lead counsel and obtained Consent Judgments on behalf of two attorneys who advanced over $3 million to other attorneys around the country to obtain and prosecute fen‑phen cases. The defendants, after obtaining a global settlement with Wyeth, refused to reimburse Caddell & Chapman’s clients for the monies advanced or pay them their share of the fees from the global settlement. The case-filed in federal court in McAllen, Texas-centered on fraud, …

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Caddell & Chapman represents plaintiffs nationwide in class actions and other complex litigation.

New Century Financial Wins Breach of Contract Case

Two lawsuits for New Century Financial, Inc., a Houston based factoring company, were recently tried. The first case, against construction giant CB&I Howe Baker, was a breach of contract case tried in front of Harris County District Judge Joseph “Tad” Halbach. Judge Halbach rendered a judgment awarding New Century 100% of its claimed damages, plus all of its attorney’s fees. The second case, another breach of contract case, was against Hisaw & Associates, General Contractors, …

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Caddell & Chapman represents plaintiffs nationwide in class actions and other complex litigation.

Caddell & Chapman Defends Hotel Owners

The management company for Hotel Icon sued the owners of the hotel for a substantial sum of money for breach of the management agreement. Caddell & Chapman took the case on a “reverse” contingent fee basis, meaning its fee was to be calculated on a percentage of the amount sought by the management company in the lawsuit that the owners did not have to pay at the end of the lawsuit. The case was settled …

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