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Provost Umphrey Represents Whistleblower in $11M Nursing Home False Billing Settlement
Thursday, May 27, 2021

SavaSeniorCare LLC and affiliates have agreed to pay $11.2 million to resolve lawsuits stating the company fraudulently billed Medicare and Medicaid for medically unnecessary rehabilitation services in violation of the False Claims Act. Sava also came under fire for providing inadequate care for their residents, resulting in preventable illnesses, falls, and medication errors. Provost Umphrey qui tam lawyer, Michael Hamilton, represented whistleblower, Rita Hayward, who initially brought the...

Provost Umphrey to Represent Victim of Overturned 18-Wheeler Crash
Saturday, May 22, 2021

Sunday, March 16th, the driver of an 18-wheeler travelling eastbound on I-10 lost control, striking the median and turning over into the westbound lane near the 11th Street exit in Beaumont. The 18-wheeler struck an SUV travelling westbound. Provost Umphrey Law Firm represents one of the victims struck by the 18-wheeler. Provost Umphrey has the breadth and depth of experience necessary to protect the value of the high-stakes personal injury or wrongful death claims arising out of a truck...

Provost Umphrey Law Firm to Sponsor a Free Night at the South Texas State Fair
Friday, May 21, 2021

Provost Umphrey Law Firm, LLP is sponsoring a night of free admission for YMBL’s South Texas State Fair on Monday, May 24. Gates open at 5:00 pm. “We are very excited that the fair is back on, and we are able to fulfill our commitment to the YMBL to sponsor a night where the entire community gets in free,” says Joe Fisher, Provost Umphrey managing partner. When Jefferson County Judge Jeff Branick announced a disaster declaration, the fair was cancelled due to health concerns surrounding...

Federal Judge Affirms $24M Cash Settlement for Royalty Owners in Talisman Energy USA Lawsuit
Monday, May 17, 2021

A federal judge has approved a class action settlement, including $24.4 million in a cash fund to resolve litigation against Repsol Oil and Gas USA, LLC, formerly Talisman Energy USA, Inc., for royalty owners’ claims that the company improperly allocated production volumes and underpaid owners for wells operated in the Eagle Ford shale basin in South Texas. In addition to the cash fund, Repsol waived any right to recover over $12 million in past overpayments to royalty owners. Judge Keith P....