An ongoing investigation into popular pressure cooker brands has led attorneys to believe that a defect may be causing unwarranted explosions. Plus, some tips regarding debt collection and what you can do while waiting for a settlement.
Three more auto manufacturers are now being investigated over potential transmission defects. In this issue, we also take a closer look at the litigation surrounding a couple of big-name pharmaceuticals.
As we come to a close to an end for the Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain oil consumption saga, a new auto issue all too quickly takes its place. This time, Volkswagen takes the spotlight over a possible defect in its 2018 and 2019 model Jettas.
We finally have some news on two prominent cases that affect a ton of people – maybe you’re one of them. Those cases are the Chevy Equinox oil consumption litigation and the case filed over Samsung icemakers.
From L’Oreal being accused of misrepresenting the keratin content of some of its products to State Farm Bank potentially harming customers’ credit without them ever knowing, this is the latest in class action news.
This week, we’ve got lawsuits filed on behalf of InventHelp customers who were scammed out of their hard-earned cash and car insurance companies that may be shorting policyholders on the money they get after totaling their vehicles.
From prison guards to investors, our latest investigations are looking to make sure everyone is getting a fair shake. On the settlement side of things, we have a resolution to the Vizio smart TV litigation.
Welcome to our first newsletter of the new year! While the overall landscape of the class action world may not seem to change much day to day, more and more people are being covered by new and ongoing litigation.