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  • Class Action Lawsuit against Insurance Company

    $920,000.00 comprised of $620,000 for insurance refund pool and $300,000 for additional client awards and reimbursment of attorney fees.


    Private Disability Insurance Claim

    $380,000.00


    Tornado Damage Insurance Claim
    $125,000.00


  • Failure to Perform Real Estate Contract

    $1,325,000.00


    Pit Bull Attack

    $500,000.00


    Refusal to Pay Life Insurance Proceeds

    $100,000.00

  • Ernest Garcia, et al. v. Estate of James M. Duvall

    Case Conclusion Date: February 12, 2009

    Practice Area: Civil Litigation; Probate Litigation

    Outcome: Secured dismissal of case against client

    Description: Successfully defended million dollar usury class action lawsuit against Client. All claims against the Client were dismissed with prejudice. Additionally, obtained judgment against the Plaintiff's for reimbursement of the entirety of Client's attorney's fees and costs.

    Garcia v. Duvall Opinion


    Dorris v. Cummins Engine Co. Inc. Group Ins. Plan

    Case Conclusion Date: December 19, 2006

    Practice Area: Litigation

    Outcome: Acting as co-counsel with Attorney John Wood obtained judgment against client's insurer.

    Description: Employee-sponsored insurance plan denied client's claim for disability benefits based upon her debilitating fibromyalgia conditions. After administrative appeals were also denied, appealed to Federal District Court and obtained judgment against Insurance Plan, Recovered payment of all past due benefits with interest, along with re-institution of ongoing benefits.

    Dorris v. Cummins Engine Opinion


    Robertson v. Farmers Union Mutual Ins. Co.

    Case Conclusion Date: December 26, 2010

    Practice Area: Class Action Litigation/Insurance Litigation

    Outcome: Secured fund of $620,000.00 for insurance refunds by thousands of Arkansans through class action litigation and settlement.

    Description: The Streett Law Firm was retained by residents of Atkins to file suit against an insurance company because of the method the company was using to adjust claims at an amount less then what the Plaintiffs believed they were owed. After an investigation revealed that this same practice was being utilized on insurance claims throughout the State of Arkansas, the case was certified as a class action, and James A. Streett and the Streett Law Firm were appointed co-lead counsel to oversee the legal claims of thousand of Arkansas Plaintiffs. Following an appeal to the Arkansas Supreme Court at which the Plaintiffs prevailed, the case was settled in a manner that resulted in $620,000.00 being secured for the Plaintiffs for refund claims, as well as other monetary and non-monetary relief.

    Supreme Court Opinion



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