Kelsey is a junior content writer for ClassAction.org. Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, she has recently adopted New Jersey as her new home. Before working for ClassAction.org, she taught high school English literature and journalism in St. Louis. She now enjoys the peace and quiet of writing her own pieces instead of editing thousands of awful student papers that made her eyes bleed.
Kelsey has a Master’s in education and studied English and history in college. Outside of work, Kelsey likes to explore her new town, dabble in art, and worry if she’ll survive the East Coast winters.
Freejump Airbag Vests ‘Frequently’ Fail to Inflate Due to Defect, Class Action Claims
A proposed class action alleges the maker of the Freejump Airbag vest has failed to warn consumers that the “unreasonably dangerous” equestrian product is defective and will “frequently” fail to inflate upon a fall from a horse.
Cascade Dishwasher Pods Can Explode Due to Defect, Class Action Alleges
A proposed class action lawsuit claims Procter & Gamble (P&G) has failed to warn consumers that a defect can cause its Cascade Platinum dishwasher detergent pods to explode.
Ecovacs Deebot Robot Vacuums ‘Certain to Fail’ Due to Motor Defect, Class Action Alleges
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges Ecovacs Robotics, Inc. has concealed from consumers a defect that can cause its Deebot robot vacuums to fail prematurely.
Madison Square Garden Owner Facing Class Action Over Alleged Use of Biometric Data to Ban Rival Attorneys from NYC Venues
A class action alleges Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. has illegally weaponized consumers’ biometric data to systematically identify and eject from its iconic New York venues anyone from a law firm that “dares to file a lawsuit” against it.
Tesla Employees Circulated Images, Videos Captured by Vehicle Cameras for Their Own Amusement, Class Action Says
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges Tesla employees have violated the privacy of consumers by accessing, viewing and sharing sensitive videos and images stored by the automaker without consent.