In the latest sanction against the McClenny Moseley & Associates firm, the Louisiana Supreme court has indefinitely suspended the law license of William Huye, the attorney who manages their New Orleans office. This, of course, is following in the wake of fraud accusations against the firm for their questionable tactics in signing and handling of Hurricane Laura and Ida claims.
The high court approved an interim suspension of the law license after the Office of Disciplinary Counsel reported that Mr. Huye “appears to be actively engaged in a pattern of serious and harmful ethical misconduct.”
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In previous weeks, three federal judges have sanctioned MMA and the Louisiana Insurance Commissioner, Jim Donelon, issued a cease-and-desist order that instructed MMA to stop violating the state’s insurance laws. These claims and sanctions have concerned many represented by the firm and have been exacerbated by the volume of the cases being handled and the surfacing of errors and mistakes in lawsuits already filed.
Many home and property owners who were affected by Hurricane Laura and/or Ida damage who are currently represented by the McClenny Moseley & Associates firm are now seeking a second opinion regarding their cases. Local law firms familiar with the intricacies of in-state insurance law, like Morris Bart, are now offering free case reviews for such cases to assist their communities with an awareness of the legal options available and how to best proceed with seeking compensation.
If your family was affected by either Hurricane Laura or Ida and are currently represented by McClenny Moseley & Associates, you are welcome to contact Morris Bart’s Hurricane lawyers for a free second opinion. Call us today.
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