Chase Bank Texas Lawsuit Attorneys
Lawsuits in Texas initiated by Chase Bank are frequently filed and often times go unattested by the consumer. The statute of limitations gives the above mentioned creditor a time period of four years to file a lawsuit against you in the state of Texas regarding a defaulted account.
Generally, the creditor waits almost the entire duration of this four year time frame before filing a lawsuit. If you have received notice of a claim against you regarding a credit card or the threat of a pending lawsuit against you from Chase Bank, please contact us immediately.
Unfortunately, Chase Bank is commonly granted default judgments in opposition to the consumer, without needing to provide evidence or exhibit any confirmation of the debt owed by the consumer. This default judgment made in the creditor’s favor happens when consumers do not appropriately answer or respond to the summons after being notified of the lawsuit. If you are being sued by Chase Bank, please do not hesitate to contact our office immediately for assistance.
Here is Chase’s contact information:
10 South Dearborn Street
Chicago, IL 6063
Some Recent Chase Bank Lawsuit Results:
Situation: Our client hired us to defend a Chase Bank lawsuit.
Plaintiff: Chase Bank USA, NA
Court: Collin County Court at Law No. 2, TX
Cause No: 002-1515-07
Result: Our motion to dismiss was granted. Our client never had to go to court.
Situation: Our client hired us to defend a JP Morgan Chase Bank lawsuit.
Plaintiff: JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA
Court: 236th Judicial District Court, Tarrant County, TX
Cause No: 236-247710-10
Result: Case dismissed before trial. Our client never had to go to court.