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The lawyers at Methvin Terrell provide representation for consumers and small businesses in cases involving business disputes, class actions, complex litigation, insurance fraud, consumer protection, wrongful death, catastrophic injury and labor and employment violations.

News

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…

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Under Investigation

Currently Investigating Claims Involving Improper or Fraudulent Increased Life Insurance Premiums

The attorneys at Methvin, Terrell, Yancey, Stephens & Miller, P.C. are currently investigating claims of those who have had their premiums…

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Blog

The Rise of Premium Increases: Life Insurance Companies Are Changing the Game and Forcing Policyholders to Pay-Up

A large number of life insurance policyholders are being told they must pay increased premiums or they will lose their policy.  Some poli…

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Practice Areas

Our attorneys focus specifically on the following legal topics, which ensures that our clients receive the best representation by lawyers who are experienced in their respective field.

Class Actions & Complex Litigation

Class Actions & Complex Litigation

including breach of contract, RICO violations, antitrust claims, securities litigation, mortgage and lending violations, deceptive trade practices 

Consumer Protection Law

Consumer Protection Law

including predatory sales practices, predatory lending, deceptive sales, fraudulent business practices

Insurance Fraud

Insurance Fraud

including deceptive insurance sales practices, annuities, insurance coverage denial

Catastrophic Injury

Catastrophic Injury

including injuries on the job and injuries sustained in a car wreck or tractor trailer accident

Wrongful Death Litigation

Wrongful Death Litigation

including accidental death on a jobsite, fatal car accidents, occupation-related death