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Provost Umphrey’s James Payne Speaks at the 37th Annual MLK Brunch in Port Arthur
Thursday, January 18, 2018

​For the past 37 years, city officials and community leaders have gathered together to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Every year they gather at the Carl Parker Center in Port Arthur to give awards and recognition to those who faithfully serve throughout the community. This year, Provost Umphrey attorney James Payne, was invited to be the keynote speaker for his second time. A Port Arthur native, he was honored to receive the opportunity to speak and said, “I think the community has suffered great repercussions after Hurricane Harvey and the community needs to celebrate, and this is a day we can come together, hold hands and just celebrate the fact that we made it over".

Provost Umphrey’s Mike Hamilton Named to Mid-South Super Lawyers List for Fifth Year in a Row
Monday, November 6, 2017

​Mike Hamilton of Provost Umphrey’s Nashville office has been named to the Mid-South Super Lawyer list for the fifth year in a row. Hamilton’s primary practice areas include Employee Benefits, Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff, and Civil Litigation: Plaintiff. He joins 12 Provost Umphrey attorneys included on the 2017 Texas Super Lawyer list.

Mortgage Companies Failing to Pay Escrowed Premiums
Wednesday, September 20, 2017

A major storm is forecasted to hit your hometown. You secure your family, your possession and your home. Maybe you evacuate. You sleep better at night knowing you have property insurance that will cover any damage. You know you have insurance because you pay your mortgage every month, and every month a portion of your payment is escrowed to pay your property insurance. Your mortgage company requires you make these payments and requires you maintain property insurance. Your mortgage company pays your premiums with your escrowed funds, or at least they are supposed to.