We’re opening this issue with an investigation into Uber and whether the rideshare company sent out millions of text messages without consent from recipients – specifically, those who didn’t have an Uber account set up.
If you or a family member was injured by a port-a-cath, manufacturing companies may owe you for medical costs and more. It’s believed that the companies who manufacture these devices may have known about a serious defect in the products.
After a recall in 2020 and a number of reported failures, attorneys are looking into whether a defect is plaguing certain cochlear implants from Advanced Bionics – and whether lawsuits can be filed because of it.
This week, we’re taking a look at troublesome Insinkerator garbage disposals, homeowner rights for those in agreements with Unison and MV Realty and, in keeping with the trend of our past issues, the way companies handle our data.
Your private information may not be as secure as some companies would have you believe. This week, we’ll kick things off with Apple and the recent allegations that the tech giant may be collecting users’ information in spite of privacy settings.