MURPHY v. BOFA - Bank Of America Violated Law Protecting Active Duty Military, Lawsuit Claims

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Bank Of America Violated Law Protecting Active Duty Military, Lawsuit Claims

Bank Of America Violated Law Protecting Active Duty Military, Lawsuit Claims

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One Alabama man who served in Afghanistan is claiming Bank of America violated a law that protects active duty service members from financial hardship.

Morgan Murphy alleges BofA began the trying to collect outstanding debts on his home and dinged his credit score during a period in which he was covered by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA). The law protects active duty service members and their families from foreclosure, eviction and other consequences that might result from not being able to meet financial obligations while serving their country.

Murphy’s lawyer, Romaine Scott III, told The Huffington Post that others have come forward with similar stories since he filed class-action lawsuit in July, though he has yet to determine exactly how big the class will be.

“Quite honestly I expect it to be a pretty large number of people,” Scott said.

[HUFFINGTON POST]

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