Lawsuits are being filed claiming that the makers of certain Similac and Enfamil infant formula products failed to warn healthcare providers and caregivers that ingesting cow’s milk-based formulas can cause premature babies to develop necrotizing enterocolitis.
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Lawsuits are now being filed on behalf of Elmiron patients who suffered permanent retinal injuries and seek to recover money for physical and mental anguish, medical expenses and more. The suits allege that the drug is defective and unreasonably dangerous and was not adequately labeled to warn both patients and doctors of its risks.
Lawsuits are being filed against companies that continue to sell and market unwashed poppy seeds, which can be steeped in water to make tea, despite being well aware that the seeds contain dangerous levels of opium and have been responsible for several deaths around the world.
Women across the country have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson alleging that the company's talcum powders can cause ovarian cancer when used near the genitals.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to hear from people with recalled Biocell breast implants or tissue expanders. They believe the recall should have covered more than just the cost of implant replacements.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are currently speaking with patients who experienced complications following hernia mesh surgery, including severe pain, dangerous infections and other serious problems that led to second surgeries to remove or replace the mesh.
Attorneys have filed a proposed class action lawsuit alleging that Philips knew well before the recall about the risks associated with these devices and that consumers are now on the hook for the thousands of dollars needed to replace their machines.
Attorneys are investigating whether class actions can be filed to help people get back any money they overpaid for document notarizations or other notary services.
Attorneys are investigating whether consumers are being charged illegal and hidden fees on foreign payment card transactions. If so, they may be able to get a class action lawsuit started to help those affected.
Attorneys are investigating whether a leading veterinary test manufacturer illegally inflated the costs of its products, resulting in more expensive bills for pet owners. They believe a class action lawsuit could be filed.
Attorneys are investigating whether the websites of certain hospitals are illegally sharing patients’ private information with Facebook and, if so, whether class action lawsuits could be filed as a result.
It’s believed that Spotify may have violated a federal privacy law by secretly tracking which videos Facebook users have watched on its website and sharing that data with Meta.
Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed in light of allegations that Twitter said it was collecting information from users for account security purposes but secretly used the data to target them with ads.
Veterans and family members who served on active duty or resided at Camp Lejeune between Jan. 1, 1953 and Dec. 31, 1987 may be able to sue the U.S. government under a new law.
Lawsuits are being filed alleging AFFF manufacturers knowingly sold toxic firefighting foam and should be responsible for the harm firefighters suffered as a result.
Scientific studies have found that hair straighteners and relaxers have been linked to cancer and negative reproductive effects, and it’s possible that the makers of these products knew about and failed to warn consumers of the health risks. Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are now investigating whether lawsuits can be filed on behalf of users who were diagnosed with cancer or other health problems.
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DuPont, 3M and other companies that made firefighting foams used in military base training exercises are being sued over claims that, knowing their products contained PFAS chemicals that could contaminate local groundwater and cause serious health effects, they failed to take the steps necessary to protect the public.
Lawsuits have been filed alleging that the popular herbicide Roundup can cause cancer – and that the manufacturer didn't do enough to warn people about the risk. In light of these allegations, attorneys working with ClassAction.org are speaking with farm and agricultural workers who used Roundup.
If you work in California and you're required to use your own phone or tablet for work, you may be able to participate in a class action lawsuit.
Class action lawsuits are now being filed on behalf of cable installers and cable repair workers who say they're not being paid properly. If you work or have worked as a cable installer or repair technician, read on for more information or get in touch with us to find out if you too have a case.
Attorneys are investigating whether businesses in California are properly reimbursing outside sales representatives for use of their personal vehicles. If not, they may be able to file class action lawsuits to help those affected.
A number of companies have been sued in California for failing to provide their workers with accurate wage statements. The lawsuits claim the paystubs were missing important information – such as the total number of hours worked and hourly pay rates – and that this violates state labor law.
Attorneys are investigating whether prison guards are being paid properly and whether class action lawsuits could help these employees recover any unpaid wages.
Oil and gas employees who are paid on a day rate basis and do not receive overtime pay when working more than 40 hours a week may be able to file a claim for up to three years of unpaid overtime.
If you're a home delivery or courier van driver who wasn't paid overtime, ClassAction.org wants to hear from you. There's a provision of federal labor law that basically says if you're driving a vehicle for work that's less than 10,000 pounds, you should be getting overtime.
A lawsuit has been filed alleging DHL delivery drivers haven’t been paid properly. Attorneys are investigating whether more lawsuits can be filed.
Some employers intentionally misclassify workers to avoid paying overtime. When an employee is wrongfully placed into an exempt category, they become ineligible for overtime. Intentionally misclassifying employees is illegal and unethical.
If you had to undergo a background check and didn't get the job or apartment you were looking for because of it, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the company that ran the report or the company you applied to for work.
Attorneys believe that healthcare workers who received incentive bonuses during the COVID-19 pandemic should have also, by law, seen an increase in their overtime rates.
A number of lawsuits have been filed on behalf of employees who worked off the clock – and didn't get paid for it. Generally, under wage and hour law, all time spent working must be paid, even if that work is being performed before an employee's shift starts or after it ends.
Dozens of class action lawsuits have been filed by independent contractors who say they're actually employees under the law.
Lawsuits are being filed on behalf of employees who say their overtime pay rates aren't being calculated properly and that they're missing out on wages as a result. They claim their employers are leaving out additional forms of compensation, such as bonuses, when calculating their regular pay rates.
Most employees are eligible for overtime pay. If an eligible employee does not receive time-and-a-half pay for hours worked over 40, they may qualify for a lawsuit to recover unpaid wages.
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging some of the largest poultry processors have engaged in a wage-fixing scheme that has suppressed the pay of plant workers for years. If you worked in a poultry plant at any time since 2009, it’s possible that you were underpaid as a result of this alleged conspiracy.
Attorneys are investigating whether companies that provide therapy services to children and teens with autism, including Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy, are paying their behavior technicians and assistant analysts properly.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are interested in hearing from supermarket managers who weren't paid time-and-a-half wages when working more than 40 hours per week. They're investigating whether some popular chains are complying with federal and state labor laws when paying their managers.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether lawsuits can be filed on behalf of warehouse workers who weren’t paid for time spent in security checks.
Attorneys are investigating whether the screening company Airbnb uses to run background checks is supplying inaccurate reports.
Attorneys are actively helping individuals across the country who have been incorrectly reported as dead on their credit reports.
In August 2022, reports surfaced that a coding mistake in Equifax’s system provided inaccurate credit scores on behalf of millions of Americans applying for loans and credit cards. This may have caused some consumers to receive too high of an interest rate.
If you had a problem with your credit report, attorneys working with ClassAction.org 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.
Wells Fargo is being sued for allegedly discriminating against Hispanics, Latinos and other minorities in its mortgage refinance decisions.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed over problems reported in connection with FlowGuard Gold CPVC pipes.
Attorneys are investigating whether a defect is causing Oetiker stainless steel PEX clamps to crack or fracture and, if so, whether a class action lawsuit can be filed.
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that a defect related to the starter and heat shield is causing a host of problems. For instance, drivers have reported that the starter will “just click” or that the engine will crank, but that the car won’t start.
Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed as problems continue to plague certain Nissan CVTs.