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I’ve Been Approached by Brookstone Law for a Mass Joinder Against Wells Fargo

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I have been approached and gone through the preliminaries to be a mass joinder against Wells Fargo/Wachovia (“pick-a-point” cica 2005) From Brookstone Law in orange county, CA. They want approx. $6K to initiate and 35% contingency.
the case win ceiling is $750K.

Are they legitimate?

Please advise.

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  • Brookstone Law has a B- rating with the Better Business Bureau which is not outstanding but far from the lowest.

    My question for you would be why not select your own counsel if you want to take action? It sounds as though you will pay enough that you should be making the selection.

    Good Luck!

    • I have recently responded to the Brookstone Law versus Wells Fargo/Wachovia/World Savings (pic-a-point 2005). I have scheduled a visit with Brookstone later this month. Any advice?

      • If you’re going to sue, better with Brookstone than outside counsel in my opinion.  They will all try to settle, after taking a years worth of your monthly payments, so with Brookstone, it’ll be less out of your pocket than with outside counsel.  No-one knows if there is anything recoverable, but better have less into it after a year to have your outside attorney tell you there isn’t a case…lawyers can’t be trusted in civil cases, they’re all out for the money, YOUR monthly bill money…

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