We’re opening this issue with an investigation into Hobby Lobby. It’s suspected that certain stores may be pricing identical items differently, leaving some customers to pay more than others. More on that below.
In another investigation, attorneys are turning their attention to healthcare facilities across the country to determine whether they’re providing proper accommodations for wheelchair users and, if not, whether lawsuits could be filed to help.
Next up, the Royal Caribbean Group could be facing arbitration claims over the possible use of tracking tools to collect and share information about website visitors with Facebook. If you booked a cruise through RoyalCaribbean.com or CelebrityCruises.com, you can find the details below.
We’ll round things out with a recently filed lawsuit claiming Fiji bottled water is contaminated with microplastics, as well as the latest in class action settlements.
Did you end up overpaying at Hobby Lobby due to a price tag discrepancy? Attorneys working with ClassAction.org have reason to believe that Hobby Lobby may be pricing identical products differently, causing some customers to be overcharged – and they’re now investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed. If you discovered you were overcharged at Hobby Lobby due to price differences, you can learn more about the investigation and share your story with us here.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether healthcare facilities across the country are providing proper accommodations to certain mobility-disabled individuals. If you or a family member uses a wheelchair and encountered an accessibility issue at an assisted living facility, skilled nursing home or other healthcare establishment, you may be able to file a lawsuit to enforce compliance with disability laws and potentially recover money for damages. You can find the details, including examples of common barriers, on this page.
Our settlements page is always being updated. Have you checked to see if you're covered by any open settlements? You can also check out the latest settlements as they happen by following us on Twitter.
Attorneys have reason to believe that Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises may be using a tracking tool on their websites that collects and shares information about certain visitors with Facebook, including details about their trips. They’re now gathering customers of the cruise lines to take action over potential privacy violations via a process known as mass arbitration. If you’re a RoyalCaribbean.com or CelebrityCruises.com accountholder who booked travel through either website within the past year and has a Facebook account, learn how you can join others taking action here.
So-called “natural” Fiji bottled water may be contaminated with harmful microplastics, a recently filed proposed class action claims. According to the case, research indicates that ingestion of microplastics can lead to cardiovascular issues and gastrointestinal problems and may also have an adverse effect on hormonal balance and reproductive function. The lawsuit asserts that the company behind the product has misled consumers by promising “Natural Artesian Water” despite knowing that no reasonable person would consider water with microplastics to be “natural.” Read more here.
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