Terminix in the News

Terminix Sued in Fort Valley

A Campbell Law PC Client watched as the foundation of his home crumbled into dust, seen in the video below. All of this because he used Terminix for termite prevention who…

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Terminix Lawyers Caught Making False Claims About a Judge and Arbitrator

January 2012, lawyers at Hinshaw Culberson in Chicago, Bradley Arant Bolt Cummings, and Huie Fernambucq Stewart in Birmingham: alleged there were grounds for a disqualify a respected judge and arbitrator and…

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Terminix and The Ugly Face of Defiance; F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Rich Boy” Essay Continues to Have Relevance in the New Gilded-Age

Terminix was to pay its victim of fraud $1,020,000, plus costs incurred. The deadline has come and gone, they haven’t paid. Terminix gambled they would not be discovered or punished…

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Terminix Found Not Treating Couple’s Home

BY DONETTA STERLING of the Batesville (Ark.) Daily Guard On December 30, 2011, the Batesville Arkansas Daily Guard published a story about the recent victory Campbell Law’s team achieved for…

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New Technology at Terminix

Terminix VP of Sales discusses how they use mobile applications to present contracts when selling to consumers. The Courts have not yet decided if these contracts that are flashed to…

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Terminix Fails to Present a Defense In Fraud Case Over Termite Services

Terminix chose not to present a defense against allegations of fraud. The accusations resulted from out-of-pocket injuries to a home in Mountain Brook, Alabama from $450,000 to $550,000. Terminix neither called…

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False Reports to Government Regulators In California Results in Class Action Targeting Terminix

A suit that is seeking certification as a class action lawsuit was filed against Terminix in the U.S. District Court of Sacramento, California February 8, 2011. The suit alleges that…

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