Finance and Insurance

Class action lawsuits aren’t only for defective products. More and more banks and insurance companies are facing lawsuits saying they ripped off their customers – and these cases aren’t slowing down any time soon.

If you believe your bank or insurance company ripped you off, get in touch with us today and tell us your story.

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Attorneys working with would like to speak to anyone who signed up for accidental death and dismemberment insurance via a mail solicitation sent in association with their bank, credit union or credit card account.

Aetna has been hit with a lawsuit claiming the company is trying to repay itself from policyholders’ personal injury recoveries, breaking state law in the process, and should be required to give accident victims their money back.

A class action lawsuit has been filed in Pennsylvania over the way Anthem Life Insurance Company allegedly handles payments for disability benefits when the policyholder has also collected money for his or her accident through a personal injury settlement or jury verdict.

It is believed that the company that sells credit disability insurance to 95% of the credit unions in the country – CMFG (formerly CUNA) – swapped out borrowers’ policies without them knowing. Attorneys suspect that these policies are more expensive, but provide less coverage, offering no real additional benefits with the premium increase.

Attorneys working with are currently investigating the overdraft practices of credit unions across the country. They have reason to believe some credit unions are illegally charging overdraft fees to their customers and want to help these people take action to get their money back.

Attorneys working with are looking to hear from anyone who has a mortgage and is required by their lender to put money into an escrow account

If you had a problem with your credit report, attorneys working with may be able to help. They're offering to review people's credit reports, free of charge, to help determine whether the company that ran or ordered the report broke the law.

It’s believed that a group of banks has illegally manipulated the financial benchmark Intercontinental Exchange London Interbank Offered Rate (ICE LIBOR) and has set ICE LIBOR rates lower than what they should have been over the past five years.

If you purchased an Indexed Universal life insurance policy, wants to hear from you. We have reason to believe that some companies, including AXA Equitable and Pacific Life, may have used misleading financial return illustrations when selling their permanent life insurance policies.

If you placed a loved one in a continuing care retirement community and had to transfer him or her to assisted living or skilled nursing care, it's possible that you may have paid more than you should have. wants to hear from anyone who submitted a claim to their homeowners' insurance and received a "loss draft" check following a fire, flood, hurricane or other catastrophic event. We have reason to believe some banks are docking homeowners' loss draft checks for inspection fees.

SafeAuto is facing a class action lawsuit that accuses the company of purporting to sell “minimum limits” coverage even though it routinely tacks on an unnecessary product to these policies for an extra cost.

Seterus, a company that specializes in collecting delinquent home loans, has been sued for allegedly making false and misleading statements to pressure consumers into making immediate payments.

Several states have laws in place that prohibit auto insurers for applying deductibles on uninsured motorist claims when the policyholder was not the one who caused the crash. Allegations have surfaced, however, that some insurance companies are imposing these deductibles anyway in violation of state law.

It has been reported that Wells Fargo wrongfully denied hundreds of individuals who qualified for loan modifications under the federal Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), causing many to lose their homes as a result.