In this issue, we’ll take a closer look at the latest investigations and settlements involving some items you might find throughout your home. A new investigation has been opened to determine whether one or more defects are behind the problems Thermador customers have been reporting with their ovens – namely, issues with their display panels and the WiFi capabilities in certain “smart” models. Then, we’ll revisit an ongoing investigation into certain steel clamps made by Oetiker that may be failing well before they should, causing pipes to leak – sometimes to the point of flooding. From there, attorneys working with ClassAction.org are specifically looking to speak with T-Mobile customers in California in light of a recent data breach that exposed the information of millions. Finally, if you have brain supplements from Neuriva in your medicine cabinet, you’ll want to hear about the recent class action settlement, as you may be able to get some money back. Keep reading for the latest.
In an age where smart appliances should represent the height of convenience, a number of Thermador customers have reported issues with their smart ovens that have made cooking more inconvenient than ever. Specifically, complaints have surfaced online of inconsistent cooking temperatures and complete failure of the ovens – and now, attorneys are investigating whether an issue with the ovens’ built-in WiFi functionality is to blame. They’re also looking into malfunctioning and dimming displays in both smart and non-smart models. If one or more defects are found, class action lawsuits could be filed to help customers get some money back for their ovens and any related repairs. A successful lawsuit could also force the manufacturer to find a fix for the problems being reported. If you’ve been having issues with your Thermador oven or would like to read up on what other customers have been dealing with, we have the information you need right here.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org 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. Online complaints allege leaky pipes and even flooding have resulted from use of the clamps, with some breaking upon tightening or leaking during pressure testing. If a defect is found, a class action lawsuit could help consumers recover money for property damage and repair costs related to the clamps. It could also force Oetiker to provide different warnings or guidance with its clamps or to recall the product entirely. If you’ve had trouble with leaky pipes but aren’t sure if these specific clamps are to blame, you can find out what they look like, as well as an opportunity to share your story, over on this page.
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At this point, you’ve probably heard about the T-Mobile data breach that potentially affected over 100 million customers – as well as the lawsuits being filed as a result. In light of everything that’s happening, attorneys working with ClassAction.org are looking to speak with California residents specifically. While T-Mobile has offered two years of free identity protection services, attorneys believe this offer is not enough to compensate people whose information has been exposed. T-Mobile customers and other victims of the data breach could now be at risk of identity theft and fraud for many years to come, and a class action lawsuit could help compensate people for the cost of these additional damages. A successful lawsuit could also force T-Mobile to amp up its data security systems and protocols and subject the company to annual audits to prevent future data breaches. If you live in California and want more information on the ongoing investigation, you can find all the details here.
If you bought Neuriva Original, Plus or De-Stress brain health supplements between January 1, 2019 and April 23, 2021, you may be able to claim some money from a recent class action settlement. The now-resolved lawsuit alleged that the company behind Neuriva falsely and misleadingly marketed the brain health supplements as clinically and scientifically proven. You don’t need proof of purchase to file a claim — but if you have receipts, you could receive as much as $65. Just keep in mind that the claim deadline is rapidly approaching (October 1, 2021), so be sure to visit the settlement site before then for all the information you need. We have the details, as well as a link to the official settlement site, right here.
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