UNITEDHEALTHCARE INSURANCE COMPANY vs. SIMMONS BANK
(Court 125, JUDGE KYLE CARTER)
JUN 22, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: JUN 23, 2022
This unlawful petition for Garnishment by rogue debt collectors needs to be dismissed, with prejudice and a show cause order why sanctions and referral for discipline should not be executed, forthwith.
Despite our article and tweets alerting this rogue law firm and its insurer client, they would defy Texas law and reassert that they are ABOVE THE LAW by filing a follow up request- Proposed Order Granting Application for Post-Judgment Writ of Garnishment – just 6 days later, on June 27, 2022.
This firm and the lawyers in charge, Andrew Jubinsky and John Yoon should be reported to the State Bar of Texas and any other sanctions the State may apply to these unethical lawyers.
Y’ALL AIN’T ABOVE THE LAW
Despite our article and tweets alerting this rogue law firm and its insurer client, @UHC – they would defy Texas law and reassert that they are ABOVE THE LAW by filing a follow up request – just 6 days later, on June 27, 2022. https://t.co/eeNmo1jjWs
— lawsinusa (@lawsinusa) July 1, 2022
Another Rogue Debt Collection Law Firm in Houston, Texas
Mr. Jubinsky is one of the founding attorneys of Figari + Davenport. He has tried over 50 cases in federal and state courts and arbitrations, including business and insurance cases, and has been involved in over 200 reported opinions.
Mr. Jubinsky was recognized by the Dallas Business Journal as one of the 10 top litigators in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, has been named one of America’s Top 100 Civil Defense Litigators, and has been selected by his peers in The Best Lawyers in America in the area of Bet-the-Company Litigation.
Over the past 30 years, Mr. Jubinsky has amassed extensive experience in complex life, health, and disability insurance, financial services matters, and healthcare payor/provider disputes. As this area of the law has become more sophisticated and highly regulated, Mr. Jubinsky’s continuing involvement, knowledge, and industry-wide reputation has helped to establish Figari + Davenport as a recognized leader in high stakes insurance litigation.
Mr. Jubinsky represents clients on a national, regional, and state-wide level in state and federal courts, including class action and multi-district litigation, as well as arbitrations before the AAA and AHLA tribunals.
Mr. Jubinsky also represents clients in business and commercial litigation, non-competition, trade secret and employment lawsuits, agent disputes, franchise disputes, premises liability and personal injuries, real estate disputes, and consumer product litigation.
Mr. Jubinsky has been repeatedly selected by his peers in The Best Lawyers in America in the areas of Commercial Litigation and Real Estate Law.
He served as lead counsel for the nation’s leading digital satellite television service provider in the prosecution of several hundred lawsuits in Dallas and Fort Worth alleging the interception and decryption of satellite communications.
Mr. Jubinsky’s clients include companies of all sizes, publicly traded and privately held, including Fortune 10 and Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Jubinsky is accessible to his clients and responsive to their varying needs, and is always cognizant of costs and maintaining efficiency, which is much appreciated by his longstanding client base.
Mr. Yoon focuses on representing plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of practice areas, including health and disability insurance matters and complex commercial disputes.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Yoon gained experience in federal courts while interning for the Honorable Chief Judge Barbara M. G. Lynn and the Honorable Judge Reed O’Connor of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Mr. Yoon also has experience in Texas state courts from interning with the Honorable Judge Paula M. Rosales of the Dallas County Court at Law No. 4.
In addition to his experiences as a judicial intern, Mr. Yoon also served as a law clerk in the Consumer Protection Division of the Office of the Texas Attorney General.
Mr. Yoon is no stranger to hard work. Mr. Yoon and his family achieved the American Dream by successfully starting a donut shop after immigrating from South Korea. Mr. Yoon brings the same work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit to resolving legal disputes for his clients. Mr. Yoon is fluent in Korean and enjoys figuring out his identity crisis (UT vs. A&M) during college football seasons.