Some health insurance companies may be purposely delaying coverage of Harvoni until the patient has reached later stages of hepatitis C in the hopes he or she will die or switch insurers before the company has to pay for the drug.
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The manufacturers of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are being sued by patients who were diagnosed with certain types of kidney injuries.
It is believed some health insurance companies are wrongfully denying coverage for this treatment despite overwhelming evidence of its efficacy and ongoing support from the medical community.
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.
Class action lawsuits have been filed alleging that Zantac exposes users to unsafe levels of a probable carcinogen and that the manufacturers knew about the risk but failed to disclose it.
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.
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that unsolicited text messages promoting ADT are being sent to realtors and consumers in violation of federal law.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to speak with any California resident who was charged automatically for an ongoing product or service. California has strict laws regarding what companies can and cannot do when it comes to recurring charges and a number of major companies.
Several lawsuits have been filed alleging that certain CBD products contain only a fraction of the amount of CBD being advertised on the label.
Attorneys are investigating whether certain pet food products actually contain what they say and exclude the ingredients they promise to leave out. A full list of products under investigation can be found on our page.
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.
Class actions are being filed against independent energy companies to help people get their money back for excessive gas and electric bills. Learn more.
InventHelp is facing class action lawsuits that allege the company scams aspiring inventors out of thousands of dollars for “invention promotion services” it cannot and does not intend to provide.
Attorneys are investigating whether TCL made misleading claims about the refresh rates of its televisions and whether the true refresh rate is actually only 60Hz.
According to a $9.1 million settlement this past July, 3M knowingly sold defective 3M Combat Arms earplugs, Version 2 (CAEv2) to the United States military without disclosing that the CAEv2 earplugs could cause wearers to develop hearing loss.
If you noticed sharp edges, thinning, deterioration or other issues after putting your “dishwasher-safe” All-Clad cookware in the dishwasher, you aren't the only one.
Multiple class action lawsuits have been filed alleging the maker of DevaCurl knew about the harm its haircare products could cause, yet failed to issue a recall or warn consumers.
Multiple class action lawsuits have been filed alleging Evenflo deceived parents into believing its Big Kid booster seat was safe when it actually puts children “in grave danger.”
Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed against the makers of the cookware in light of reports that the glass may not be as durable as it should be.
The lawsuits are alleging JUUL Labs, Inc. represented in advertising and marketing that Juul products are “the alternative to cigarettes,” implying that they are healthier and less addictive than cigarettes
A class action lawsuit is alleging Lenovo Yoga 520 and 730 laptops may have a defect that causes the touch screens to flicker, freeze, or turn black.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether a defect is behind certain problems with Maxi-Matic, Cuisinart and other popular pressure cookers.
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that Remington’s hot rollers are defective and dangerous and can put users at risk for serious injuries.
Multiple class action lawsuits have been filed alleging that Ring has failed to implement “even the most basic” security measures to protect its customers.
SmileDirectClub has been hit with a class action lawsuit alleging the company’s aligners are defective and dangerous and have caused a number of dental problems for users.
Attorneys are investigating potential class action lawsuits over defective surge protectors, which may overheat, smoke, melt, and catch fire.
Attorneys have received inside information that a possible defect in certain Troy-Bilt pressure washers is causing the machines to stall or lose pressure during use.
A law has passed in New York that gives those who were sexually abused as minors one year to file lawsuits for the harm they suffered regardless of how long ago the abuse occurred.
According to recent investigations, current and former students at the Glen Mills reform school have reported being physically and mentally abused by staff members and fellow students.
We offer honest answers on what’s involved in filing a lawsuit, how the trust fund process works, what money is available and how long it all takes. Learn more.
Silicosis is a type of lung disease that’s caused by breathing in small bits of silica, which can also be referred to as quartz dust. It’s a disease typically seen in miners, but has become increasingly common in those who work with countertops made of quartz, also referred to as “engineered” or “artificial” stone.
A number of Amazon delivery drivers have sued the companies they work for, alleging that they’re not being paid properly.
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.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating the pay practices of public and school transportation companies across the country to determine whether they're paying their bus drivers properly for pre- and post-shift work.
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.
If you live in California and you've worked more than six days in a row without extra pay, you may be able to start a class action lawsuit. CVS has already paid out $7.4 million to 1,600 pharmacists who said they didn't get overtime for their 7th consecutive workday.
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.
California labor law prohibits employers from taking away earned but unused vacation days, therefore making use-it-or-lose-it vacation policies illegal.
A number of companies in California have been sued for failing to follow work break laws. The lawsuits have accused employers of failing to properly pay employees who worked through their meal periods and failing to provide breaks altogether.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether class action lawsuits can be filed on behalf of employees who are required to be "on call" for work. Lawsuits have been filed against retailers who make their employees clear their personal personal schedules for "on call" shifts.
A handful of lawsuits have been filed alleging that some workers in the cannabis industry aren’t being paid properly and are owed money for unpaid overtime hours and more
Attorneys have opened an investigation into whether workers who grow, cultivate or otherwise tend to marijuana are being paid properly.
Attorneys are looking into whether some casinos are breaking federal law by not paying overtime wages to their employees. A number of class action lawsuits have already been filed to help workers collect their unpaid wages.
Are you paid a fixed weekly salary, regardless of the number of hours worked? According to one Pennsylvania judge, these employees should be paid time-and-a-half, rather than half-time or "Chinese overtime" for hours worked over 40 in a single week.
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.
Workers who weren't paid for "donning and doffing" – that is, changing in and out of gear, tools and clothing need to perform one's job – may be able to participate in a class action lawsuit to collect the wages they should have been paid.
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.
If you feel you're performing the same work as your male counterparts but are getting paid less, you may be able to take legal action. Despite strict requirements from the decades-old Equal Pay Act (EPA), some companies are still refusing to pay their female employees fairly.
Most escrow closers and escrow officers are entitled to overtime pay when working more than 40 hours in a single week. However, some employers in the title insurance industry have allegedly adopted a practice of misclassifying these employees as "exempt" to avoid paying overtime to these workers.
If you work or have worked as a financial advisor trainee and you weren't paid overtime, ClassAction.org wants to hear from you. Allegations have surfaced that some banks are misclassifying these employees.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to speak with fire captains and investigators about how they're being paid. They're investigating whether these employees are getting paid properly when working overtime.
Allegations have surfaced that IBM is capping these employees’ commissions despite promising that salespeople could make as much as they want because there would be no caps on commissions.
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.
It is illegal for employers to force waiters, waitresses, bartenders and other service employees to share their tips with non-tipped employees.
Dozens of class action lawsuits have been filed by independent contractors who say they're actually employees under the law.
A number of lawsuits have been filed against insurance companies over allegations that they're not paying their investigators properly. GEICO has already been sued – and now courts are beginning to rule in favor of the investigators.
If you've been misclassified from exempt to non-exempt, it's possible that you may have been cheated out of overtime wages for the past few years. Thousands of employees are receiving letters or otherwise being notified that they're being reclassified from exempt to non-exempt.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether class action lawsuits can be filed against companies who don't pay their merchandisers overtime. Over the past several years, a number of businesses have been sued after misclassifying their merchandisers as exempt.
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.
If you work or have worked as a park ranger and weren't paid for time spent donning and doffing your uniform, attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to speak to you about your rights.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating lawsuits on behalf of employees who were illegally denied the prevailing wage in their state while working on public contract assignments.
If you work in the hospitality industry as a waiter, bartender or other food service employee, ClassAction.org wants to hear from you. They're investigating a potentially industry-wide practice of hotels, resorts and banquet halls pocketing servers' tips.
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.
A number of class action lawsuits have been filed alleging that certain companies are illegally denying tech support workers overtime pay by misclassifying them as exempt from federal overtime requirements.
If you travel between jobsites for work and you're not being paid for this time, ClassAction.org wants to hear from you. A number of companies have been hit with lawsuits alleging that they're cheating employees out of pay – and overtime wages – by failing to compensate their workers for drive time.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether travel nurses are getting paid properly for overtime or are getting shortchanged on their hours.
Truck and delivery drivers are suing the companies they work for claiming that they're employees – not independent contractors – and entitled to overtime and minimum wage pay.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating the pay practices of companies across the country to determine whether employees are being paid for training. Only in certain circumstances should training time go unpaid.
Lawsuits are being filed on behalf of utilization review nurses who may have been illegally denied proper overtime wages
Reports have surfaced that a 2019 Capital One data breach compromised the information of more than 100 million people in the United States.
Attorneys are looking into whether some lenders are allowing old car loans to reappear on consumers’ credit reports due to avoidable errors in their credit reporting systems.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are currently investigating the overdraft practices of credit unions across the country. They're investigating whether some credit unions are illegally charging overdraft fees to their customers.
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.
ClassAction.org 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. They're investigating whether banks are docking homeowners' loss draft checks for inspection fees.
Attorneys are investigating whether those who were issued pay-by-phone fees for their mortgage payments can be compensated for the potentially illegal practice.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against American Medical Collection Agency, Inc. (AMCA), Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp concerning a data breach that took place between August 1, 2018 and March 30, 2019.
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.
Customers reported problems with their Allura decking boards, including cracks and delamination, which led to Plycem recalling the materials. Now, attorneys are looking into whether the company provided proper relief to customers, and if not, whether a class action could be filed.
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.
Allegations have surfaced that a manufacturing and design defect within the system is causing early failure of the pipes, as well as water leaks, mold growth and property damage.
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that a dangerous safety defect is causing 2016-2020 Acura MDX and RDX models to decelerate rapidly – rather than accelerate – when drivers step on the gas pedal.
Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed over certain 2019 Audi vehicles rolling forward when the car is put in reverse.
Trouble shifting? Weird clunking? Jerking at stops? You’re not alone. Lawyers are looking into a class action against Audi for these problems. Learn more.
Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed following reports that the handlebars on the motorcycles can shake or vibrate and cause the rider to lose control.
General Motors has been hit with a class action lawsuit alleging certain Chevy and GMC vehicles contain a defect that causes them to excessively shake or vibrate when driving at high speeds.
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that the Uconnect “infotainment” system is defective.
If you purchased a car within the past four years and financed it through the credit union recommended by the dealership, you may have overpaid in interest. Attorneys are investigating whether car dealerships may be illegally marking up credit unions’ actual interest rates without telling their customers.
Attorneys have reason to suspect that a manufacturing defect may be causing the cars’ heating and cooling systems not to work properly, resulting in costly repair bills that should – but aren’t being – covered under drivers’ warranties.
Dunlop D402 motorcycle tires have been linked to nearly two dozen injuries, as well as several fatalities.
ClassAction.org wants to hear from anyone whose panoramic sunroof spontaneously exploded or shattered for no reason. It's possible that exploding sunroofs are an industry-wide problem and consumers may now be able to take action.
Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed on behalf of owners and lessees of 2018 Ford F-150s.
A class action lawsuit could help people get back the money they spent repairing and replacing their tires. Furthermore, it could force Goodyear to recall any problematic tires or otherwise alert customers to any widespread issues.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to hear from anyone who owns or leases a 2017 Honda Civic and had their car roll away. They're investigating whether the problem may have been caused by an inherent design defect.
A class action lawsuit has been filed alleging that a defect is causing the windshields in 2017-2019 Honda CR-V vehicles to spontaneously crack.
Attorneys are looking into whether a defect is causing Hyundai and Kia vehicles’ 1.4- and 1.6-liter “Gamma” engines to catch fire and, if so, whether a class action lawsuit can be filed.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to speak to anyone who owned an LG dryer and had it catch on fire. They're investigating whether a defect in the dryers is allowing lint to build up in areas that aren’t accessible to the user, thereby creating a substantial fire hazard.
LG Electronics has been hit with a class action lawsuit alleging a defect is causing the fridges to stop cooling, sometimes within only a few years of use.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are looking into reports that certain Sharp drawer microwaves pose a fire risk.
Attorneys have opened an investigation into whether a class action lawsuit can be filed on behalf of owners and lessees of 2012-2018 Subaru Foresters and 2015-2019 Subaru Outbacks. They are looking into whether a defect may be causing sudden and unintended acceleration in the vehicles.
Attorneys are investigating whether the 2014 Toro TimeCutter riding lawnmower was built with defective fuel filters that can become brittle and fracture, which can cause fuel to leak and potentially pose a fire hazard.
Reports have surfaced that certain Volkswagen and Audi vehicles are prone to leaky sunroof - and attorneys are investigating whether a class action could help drivers.
Attorneys are investigating whether a defect is causing Whirlpool or Maytag front-loading washers to explode – and whether a class action lawsuit can be filed to help those affected.