In a different lawsuit brought on behalf of North Carolina consumers, Martin & Jones settled a class action lawsuit against another of America's largest banks in a case which also went to the North Carolina Supreme Court. The North Carolina Court of Appeals held that borrowers who were sold abusive insurance products with their mortgage loans were entitled to treble damages, meaning that their actual damages were tripled, because the conduct of the bank was an "unfair or deceptive trade practice." Class members received awards which averaged over $31,500 each.
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