Fosamax Lawsuits

Fosamax lawsuits are filed by hundreds of people who have been adversely affected by the drug. Some of these lawsuits are categorized as class action suits and plaintiffs sought federal judges to certify them as such. As a result, over 900 individual lawsuits have been centralized in the Multi-District Litigation (MDL) in the Southern District…

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Full Tilt Poker Lawsuit

A recent Full Tilt Poker lawsuit has drawn attention from the U.S. government, but what exactly is the lawsuit about? This article will focus on the allegations of money laundering, RICO claims, and the inability to honor cash-out requests. Let’s take a closer look at these issues and other related lawsuits to see whether Full…

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Gadolinium Deposition Disease Lawsuits

Patients who suffer from Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis or Gadolinium deposition disease may have grounds for a lawsuit against the manufacturers of these drugs. The toxic metal is not removed from the body right away. Instead, it stays in the body for years. In this article, we’ll explain the symptoms and the legal process surrounding this…

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Why You Should File a GAF Elk Decking Lawsuit

There’s been a lot of controversy surrounding the GAF Elk Decking product, and it’s prompted a consolidated class-action lawsuit against the manufacturer. But now, the company has settled multiple claims. Here’s why. In July 2014, Building Materials Corporation of America settled multiple consolidated class-action lawsuits over the GAF Elk Decking product. The company admitted to…

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Should You File a Garcinia Cambogia Lawsuit?

If you’re a dieter and you’re wondering if you should file a Garcinia Cambogia Lawsuit, you’ve come to the right place. The latest lawsuit filed in California alleges that the popular dietary supplement contains harmful ingredients, and a settlement was preliminarily approved on July 7, 2021. The lawsuit also claims that Labrada violated consumer protection…

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Bank of America Hazard Insurance Lawsuit Reversed

The bank of America hazard insurance lawsuit was filed by borrowers who allege that the lender forced them to purchase an overpriced hazard insurance policy. This lawsuit was backdated to the original policy expiration date. This type of forced placement can place an unnecessary financial burden on a struggling individual. This type of hazard insurance…

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Excess Wells Fargo Hazard Insurance Lawsuit Dismissed

A class action lawsuit against Wells Fargo alleges that the bank improperly forcibly placed insurance on borrowers’ vehicles and failed to maintain these policies. The lender allegedly charged borrowers exorbitant rates for such policies and charged fees and premiums to its vendor despite a lack of accountability. The plaintiffs argue that Wells Fargo imposed such…

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HSBC Hazard Insurance Lawsuit

If you or someone you know is facing the consequences of forced hazard insurance, you may wish to file an HSBC Hazard Insurance Lawsuit. This case highlights how HSBC inflates the costs of hazard insurance to earn a secret and unwarranted profit. As an example, a homeowner was forced to take out a hazard policy…

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JP Morgan Chase Hazard Insurance Lawsuit Settlement

The JP Morgan Chase hazard insurance settlement covers borrowers nationwide who paid for or were charged premiums for the company’s hazard insurance plans. In all, 762,390 people are part of the class. The settlement provides monetary relief on a claims-made basis, with class members receiving refunds and 12.5% of the net premium charged. Learn more…

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Forced Insurance Lawsuit Settlement

For instance, a Florida homeowner was charged $4,491 a year for a forced insurance policy. She already had insurance coverage for her home, and the forced policy covered only wind and hail, costing her twice as much as a normal voluntary insurance policy. The cost was so high, that it added to her monthly mortgage…

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