Federal Court Jury Awards $20 million From Caldwell Banker Mortgage


A federal court jury awarded David Brash, a soldier at Fort Benning, GA more than $20 million on Monday in a case against Coldwell Banker Mortgage
Jurors in the case of David Brash v. PHH Mortgage Corp., doing business as Coldwell Banker, deliberated for about six hours before ruling in Brash’s favor. During the six-day trial, jurors heard that Coldwell Banker improperly reported Brash, 29, to credit bureaus which led to a “serious delinquency” on his credit report, that it refused to answer his questions or correct his account and damaged him emotionally, physically and financially, his attorneys and court documents say.
The banks have been mistreating their customers for years.
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