Erin had been working in a large corporation for several years, quite content to ignore and be ignored by the world of corporate politics. She found, however, that she could no longer ignore her growing frustration with the vast distance between her work and the consumers she desired to help. She had, after all, acquired a degree in English from Rutgers University and longed to apply her education in a way that could change the lives of people around her. Now, as a writer for ClassAction.org, she is blessed to spend her days interpreting the mysterious secrets of legal writings and empowering her fellow humans with the knowledge they need to fight for their rights.
Erin must seem of little importance, being neither renowned as a great warrior, nor counted amongst the very wise. In fact, it has been remarked by some that her only real passion is for writing poetry – a rather unfair observation, as she has also developed a keen interest in hiking unexplored wilderness and fighting for justice in the world around her. But where her heart truly lies is in peace and quiet, and good tilled earth. Today of all days, it is no bad thing to celebrate a simple life.
Tampax Pure Cotton Tampons Contain Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals,’ Class Action Alleges
Tampax Pure Cotton tampons are at the center of a proposed class action that alleges the products contain toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) commonly known as “forever chemicals.”
New Hyundai, Kia Engine Failure Settlement Covers 2.1M Additional Vehicles
Nearly two years after final approval was issued for a $3.1 billion settlement over an alleged engine defect in certain Hyundai and Kia vehicles, the automakers have reached another class action settlement covering an additional 2.1 million vehicles.
Never Got a Refund from AT&T’s FTC Settlement? New Claims Process Opened for Those Who Missed Out
Former AT&T customers who were not compensated as part of the telecom giant’s $60 million settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) are being given a new opportunity to file a claim for a refund.
Honda, Acura Vehicles Unexpectedly Stall Due to Defective Auto-Idle Stop Feature, Class Action Alleges
Honda Motor Company and its American subsidiary were hit with a proposed class action this week that alleges certain Honda Pilot, Honda Odyssey, Acura TLX and Acura MDX vehicles suffer from a defect that can cause their engines to stall.
New Class Action Claims More Chevy Equinox, GMC Terrain Vehicles Plagued by Oil Consumption Issue
A proposed class action lawsuit filed late last week claims certain Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain vehicles are plagued by a defect that causes the SUVs to burn or consume excessive amounts of oil, leading to a risk of catastrophic engine damage.