Report: #43551

Complaint Review: James Allen Cox PC Lawyer

  • Submitted: Thu, January 30, 2003
  • Updated: Thu, January 03, 2013
  • Reported By: Lillian Texas
  • James Allen Cox PC Lawyer
    200 Crescent Court STE 1500
    Dallas, Texas
  • Phone: 214-8553064
  • Web:
  • Category: Lawyers

James Allen Cox PC liar lawyer, ripoff theft to consumer liar cheat thief corrupt swindler distrustful deceptive pathetic ripoff liar Dallas Texas

*General Comment: Lawyers Are Always Trying to Rip People Off..

*General Comment: Posting Found to be Defamatory by Court

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Attorney Allen Cox took insurance money he was not entitled to, cashed it, and put it in his account. He then produced a written ficticious summary of services he was charging.

Here is the picture of that scum sucking lawyer!

This attorney traded insurance information to falsely obtain medical records from doctors during a recent accident. This was proved when Dr. Eric J. Halsell of Cleburne, Texas tried to cash insurance checks without our signatures.

He clearly broke the rules and the laws. Knowing this we went to the State Bar of Texas. After repeated attempts to contact Allen Cox we were not informed he moved his office until a year and a half later.

Before the hearing the State Bar lawyers sat with the defendant and his attorney and assured him, "Nothing would be done to him." Our case was to be heard at 11:00AM. Instead we waited until 6:00PM before our case was heard.

Coincidently the panel of attorney's that were to hear our case was switched over to a new panel. The State Bar of Texas simply dismissed Allen Cox from all these charges. We were not given an oppurtunity to speak or show our evidence.

Currently Allen Cox has a lein on both my daughter's cases. He never went to court. On his website he advertises this:
"The firm charges a 30% percent contingency fee on any personal injury case should the matter be settled prior to filing a lawsuit. If the client is under 18 years of age, the contingency fee is 25% should the matter be settled prior to filing suit."

He is charging 40% not the 25%. He dragged his feet until my girls turned 18. Now after all he has stolen from us he has his hand out wanting more for a case he never even went to court on. He turned down so many offers we were not made aware of. He took insurance money we were not made aware of.

I think he should be stopped even if he is palsy walsy with the State Bar of Texas!

Lillian, Texas

The fictitious summary of fake charges when all these things were provided to him!

The check he FORGED my name on and deposited in his account!
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#1 General Comment

Lawyers Are Always Trying to Rip People Off..

AUTHOR: LD - (United States of America)

My cousin use to work for an automotive insurance company. He told me that lawyers would call up all the time and demand that the agents NEVER spoke to their clients about the case. He knew that anyway because when someone says they have representation he said they always had to speak directly with their representation and would cut the conversation short immediately by law.

Well, he stated that their were several instances of lawyers knowing their clients would get lets just say around $15,000 and they would have the check cut in their names and then instead of taking their agreed upon percentage would have another check cut in the customers name for about $6,000 and they would lie to the customer like that was all they were given. This was done on a routine basis.

Well, a few times the customers didn't trust the lawyers and would call up to the insurance company behind the lawyers back and demand to know what the settlement was. This was how one guy found out that the lawyer had cheated him. This was not unusual. Per my cousin, this was done ALL THE TIME where lawyers would cheat folks.

Be very careful with lawyers. I don't know what it is about lawyers but I find it very difficult to trust ANY lawyer.

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#2 General Comment

Posting Found to be Defamatory by Court

AUTHOR: Tracey - (USA)

On April 15, 2011, in Allen Cox, Idividually and The Law Office of Allen Cox, P.C. v. Carlrene Tannehill; Cause No. DC-10-11407 in the 68th Judicial District Court in Dallas County, Texas, the above-posting was found to be defamatory and untrue and the poster was ordered to take all steps to remove the posting.  Despite having provided with a copy of the Judgment and requesting the posting be removed, has refused to do so.
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