• Wells Fargo Loses Arbitration Bids in Overdraft MDL Suits

      On Monday, a Florida federal judge held that Wells Fargo cannot force unnamed class members into arbitration in five MDLs in which the institution has been accused of charging overdraft fees in a ...

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    • Sunoco Rewards Card Class Action Approved

      U.S. District Judge Paul S. Diamond. Of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, has denied Sunoco’s request to compel arbitration in a proposed class action lawsuit alleging false advertising of the ...

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    • Proposed Rule Would Allow Consumers to Sue Banks

      For years now, consumers who use practically any type of financial product, including credit cards, have been unable to file a class action lawsuit against those financial institutions. Instead, ...

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    • Automobile Insurers Fail to Pay All Damages Suffered When the Vehicle Covered Is a "Total Loss"

      For people who pay for “collision” and “comprehensive” insurance coverage on their vehicles, they can expect to receive complete property damage coverage on their vehicle when there is “Total Loss” ...

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    • The Cost of Insurance

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    • Do Smarter Cars Really Make for Safer Roads?

      Self-driving automobiles and “smart” cars with advanced systems are often advertised as the first step towards an accident-free America. All of these new features are meant to take responsibility out ...

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    • Defective Bicycle Lawsuits: Who Can You Sue?

      Bicyclists need to be aware of their surroundings at all time to stay out of danger and reduce the chances of getting into a serious accident. When near streets, they have to watch for distracted ...

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    • Zofran Lawsuit Claims Cleft Palate

      A mother in Arkansas filed suit against GlaxoSmithKline on September 14, 2015, alleging that the drug company’s anti-nausea drug, Zofran, was responsible for her child’s congenital birth defects. The ...

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    • Zofran Birth Defect Lawsuits Allege Heart Defects

      In July 2015, two women filed lawsuits against the pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline. The lawsuits allege that their babies were born with congenital heart defects after the women took the ...

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    • Pfizer Executives Warned about the Link Between Zoloft and Birth Defects

      Just last year one of Pfizer’s own scientists warned top executives about a possible link between birth defects and the anti-depressant drug Zoloft. At that time, changes were recommended regarding ...

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    • Common Types of Maternal Birth Injuries

      When it comes to childbirth, babies aren’t the only ones who can sustain severe injuries due to the negligence of physicians and hospital staff. American mothers face an exceptionally high risk of ...

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    • Birth Injuries Caused by Forceps & Vacuum Extraction Tools

      Birth Injuries Caused by Extraction Tools During labor and delivery, there are a million things that can go wrong. This is especially true when mothers fatigue or children are in a difficult birthing ...

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    • Suing for Shoulder Dystocia & Related Injuries

      What Is Shoulder Dystocia? Shoulder dystocia happens when a baby is being born and the head has surfaced but the shoulder is blocked by the mother’s pelvic bone, preventing complete delivery without ...

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    • How Traumatic Brain Injuries are Diagnosed

      It can be a great challenge to successfully diagnose a traumatic brain injury ( TBI ). In many cases, a brain injury might only manifest symptoms that mimic a germ-borne illness, like nausea or ...

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    • Birth Injuries Often Lead to Devastating Brain Injuries

      There is nothing quite as natural as giving birth. Yet even though more than 4 million babies are born each year in the United States, the process of giving birth can be extremely dangerous for both ...

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    • Big Rig and SEPTA Double-Long Bus Collide in Northeast Philadelphia

      At around 12:30 p.m. on Monday, November 2, a double-long according SEPTA bus collided with a tractor-trailer in Northeast Philadelphia, leaving several people injured. The crash occurred near Rhawn ...

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    • Delayed Diagnosis of Metastatic Cancer

      What Is Metastatic Cancer? The deadliness of cancer lies in its ability to spread throughout the body and invade multiple tissues. Metastatic cancer (also known as “stage four” cancer) is a cancer ...

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    • My Doctor Failed to Diagnose Cancer. What Should I Do?

      The Effects of Delayed Cancer Diagnosis Cancer is almost always detectable, even in the early stages. It is also quite common, and doctors are trained to spot it as soon as possible in order to ...

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    • What to Do if You've Been Exposed to Toxic Chemicals

      Why You Should Take Legal Action When Exposed to Harmful Substances At best, exposure to a toxic substance can create temporary illness and physical discomfort. At worst, it can cost you your life. ...

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    • How Much Will My Settlement Be Worth for My Mesothelioma Case?

      Successful case results for asbestos and mesothelioma claims have historically been quite significant for plaintiffs. However, past cases are standalone and guarantee nothing for future complaints. ...

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    • Statute of Limitations on Asbestos Claims in Pennsylvania

      Every state has its own set of statutes of limitations for personal injury claims that will stop an injury claim being filed or upheld by the court once that statute expires. The statutes apply to any ...

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    • Repo Car Notices

      While most states do not require that notice be given to a person prior to a repossession, consumers actually do have some protections in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. If a repossession is not handled ...

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    • Can I Sue for Toxic Mold in My Home?

      Your home is supposed to be a safe, inhabitable place, free of intrusions or hazards. In the spirit of keeping their homes safe, many homeowners install home security systems, fences, locks, and other ...

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    • Class Action Against L.L. Bean for Return Policy Changes

      L.L. Bean has announced it will no longer allow customers to return used items after one year or without proof of purchase. Since it began in 1912, L.L. Bean has attracted many consumers on promises ...

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    • Kubota Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Defective Vehicles

      Environmentally friendly vehicle wiring with a soy- and/or bio-based coating may be too tempting for rodents to resist. A new class-action lawsuit demands that the Kubota Tractor Corporation pick up ...

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    • J&J Plaintiffs Request Talc Powder Appeal

      In January, talc plaintiffs requested that a 3rd Circuit appeals court revive the class action lawsuit brought over an alleged link between Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder and ovarian cancer. Unlike ...

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    • Bringing a Class Action Against Your Employer

      If you are one of multiple employees who have suffered at the hands of a company, organization, or other employer, your best course of action may be filing or joining a class action. This provides ...

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    • Did Bank of America Scheme to Steal Homes from Consumers?

      Just a couple of months ago, a couple in Florida filed a lawsuit against banking giant, Bank of America. Bank of America, along with many other big banks who were “bailed out” by the federal ...

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    • Woman Says Her Identify Has Been Stolen Over a Dozen Times Since Equifax Data Breach

      The Social Security numbers of roughly 145 million Americans—nearly half of the U.S. population—were exposed after a breach at credit report agency Equifax. While not all have been negatively ...

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    • Three Deceptive Food Labeling Practices

      Do you know exactly what it is you and your family are eating? If you’re like many other health-conscious American consumers, you’ve probably gone out of your way to look for foods that are both ...

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    • Patients & Doctors Warned Ranitidine Medicines May Contain NDMA

      In a recently issued press release , the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned patients and doctors that NDMA might be in medications containing Ranitidine in detectable amounts. Ranitidine ...

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    • Florida Man Alleges OTC Blood Pressure Medication Contained Carcinogen

      Florida Resident Sues Prinston Pharmaceutical for Presence of Carcinogens in Over-the-Counter Blood Pressure Medication On October 25, 2018, Florida resident Ron Molinaro filed a complaint against ...

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    • NDMA-Contaminated Valsartan Puts Consumers at Risk for Cancer

      Batches of Valsartan Found to Contain Known Carcinogen, N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) is a naturally occurring substance that is yellow, odorless, and toxic. It is a ...

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    • Bill to Require Doctors to Report Medical Hazards

      A new bill which would require doctors to report any potentially serious problem with medical devices to the FDA is expected to be introduced before Congress. The Medical Device Guardian’s Act is ...

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    • Drugmakers Back Philadelphia Testosterone Case Consolidation

      A group of drug manufacturers including Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. and AbbVie Inc. are supporting a bid to create a new mass tort program in Pennsylvania state court to consolidate a number of cases ...

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    • Woman's Family Recovers $72 Million in Lawsuit Against Johnson & Johnson

      According to an article published by Bloomberg Business , Johnson & Johnson is being held responsible to pay $72 million to family members of a woman who experienced fatal injuries after using the ...

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    • Three Recent Data Breach Lawsuits

      Does it feel like data breaches are growing more and more common? They are. In fact, more sensitive data is being stolen now than ever before, placing more and more people at risk for identity fraud. ...

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    • Things You Should Know About Data Breach Lawsuits

      A data breach occurs when a company or group that collects confidential information is broken into by an unauthorized individual for personal or political gain. In today’s electronic world, data ...

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    • Wells Fargo to Remediate Customers for Collateral Protection Insurance Policies

      Banking giant, Wells Fargo, recently announced they would remedy auto loans made to customers who were financially harmed as a result of Collateral Protection Insurance policies. Collateral Protection ...

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    • Wells Fargo Still Fighting the Overdraft Case - Don't They Have Enough Problems!

      Americans spend more money in bank overdraft fees than they do on clothes, eggs, books, newspapers and magazines combined! Banks make more than $14 billion – yes $14 billion – annually on overdraft ...

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    • PNC Among Banks Changing Policies Following Lawsuits Over Overdraft Charges

      Beginning December 1, PNC Bank will cease the reordering of debit card transactions and checks in order of highest amount to lowest, a practice consumer groups have long decried as a deceptive way to ...

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    • Johnson & Johnson Loses Trial Over Claims Baby Powder Contains Asbestos

      Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has lost five prior trials—four in Missouri and one in California—to plaintiffs claiming the talc fibers contained in Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder and Shower ...

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    • Aaron Hernandez's Estate Refiles Lawsuit Against Riddell Helmets

      Attorneys representing the sister of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez have refiled a lawsuit against the NFL and helmet manufacturer Riddell. Hernandez’s lawyers first filed a federal lawsuit in ...

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    • 7 Recalled Products That May Surprise You

      Fewer things are more irritating than receiving a damaged or defective product . While one of a manufacturer’s primary goals is providing functional items, occasionally a factory or design error will ...

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      RELIASTAR LIFE INSURANCE, BANNER LIFE, AND WILLIAM PENN UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURANCE LAWSUITS Over the past three years, a number of insurance carriers have raised the cost of insurance rates on universal ...

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    • Credit card holders' Lawsuit Over Disability Insurance Revived

      (Reuters) - A federal appeals court has revived a proposed class action by New York credit card holders accusing several insurance companies of selling them disability policies endorsed by the late ...

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    • Pennsylvania Vision Insurer Faces Antitrust Class Action

      A class of independent eye care providers claims in a federal lawsuit that one of Pennsylvania’s largest vision insurers forces them to steer their patients to buy lenses from a factory owned by the ...

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    • 'Take-Home Toxin' Case Against Cermaics Co. Moves Forward

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    • Millions of Title Insurance Records Leaked by First American Financial Corporation

      According to the security news and investigation group KrebsOnSecurity , nearly 900 million title insurance records held by First American Financial Corp. have likely been leaked. First American is ...

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    • Kubota Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Defective Vehicles

      Environmentally friendly vehicle wiring with a soy- and/or bio-based coating may be too tempting for rodents to resist. A new class-action lawsuit demands that the Kubota Tractor Corporation pick up ...

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    • Credit card holders' Lawsuit Over Disability Insurance Revived

      (Reuters) - A federal appeals court has revived a proposed class action by New York credit card holders accusing several insurance companies of selling them disability policies endorsed by the late ...

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    • Millions of Title Insurance Records Leaked by First American Financial Corporation

      According to the security news and investigation group KrebsOnSecurity , nearly 900 million title insurance records held by First American Financial Corp. have likely been leaked. First American is ...

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    • Kubota Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Defective Vehicles

      Environmentally friendly vehicle wiring with a soy- and/or bio-based coating may be too tempting for rodents to resist. A new class-action lawsuit demands that the Kubota Tractor Corporation pick up ...

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    • Common Types of Maternal Birth Injuries

      When it comes to childbirth, babies aren’t the only ones who can sustain severe injuries due to the negligence of physicians and hospital staff. American mothers face an exceptionally high risk of ...

      Read More
    • Delayed Diagnosis of Metastatic Cancer

      What Is Metastatic Cancer? The deadliness of cancer lies in its ability to spread throughout the body and invade multiple tissues. Metastatic cancer (also known as “stage four” cancer) is a cancer ...

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    • Signs You May Have a Surgical Object Left in Your Body

      Unintended retention of foreign objects (URFO) is far too common in the United States. Every year, thousands of people go in for an operation, only to later discover that their physician left a ...

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    • Caring for Your Loved One after a Motorcycle Accident Injury

      Due to the lack of protection provided by motorcycles, it’s common to suffer catastrophic, life-altering injuries in a motorcycle accident . Often, it’s not just the accident victim who suffers in the ...

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    • 5 Common Nursing Home Illnesses Caused by Negligence

      There are many reasons why infections are very common in nursing homes and are a major cause of disease and fatalities among those who reside in these types of assisted living facilities. In many ...

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    • Are Bed Sores a Sign of Nursing Home Abuse?

      The elderly who are living under the care of a nursing home or other assisted care living facility are the most susceptible to developing bed sores. This is due to a number of reasons, as the elderly ...

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    • Patients & Doctors Warned Ranitidine Medicines May Contain NDMA

      In a recently issued press release , the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned patients and doctors that NDMA might be in medications containing Ranitidine in detectable amounts. Ranitidine ...

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    • 10 Most Dangerous Toys of 2017

      Fidget spinners, a Spider-Man drone, and a plastic Wonder Woman battle-action sword are among the most dangerous toys of 2017, according to World Against Toys Causing Harm (WATCH), who unveiled the ...

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    • Jury Awards Massive Verdict in Talcum Powder Case

      Victims of talcum powder-related injuries won another landmark victory recently. Early this month, a St. Louis Circuit Court awarded a massive $110.5 million verdict to a victim who had sustained ...

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    • Stroke Symptoms Unique to Women

      According to the National Stroke Association , approximately 55,000 more women than men suffer from a stroke every year. This makes it especially critical for women over age 55 (as well as those of ...

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    • What to Do if You've Been Exposed to Toxic Chemicals

      Why You Should Take Legal Action When Exposed to Harmful Substances At best, exposure to a toxic substance can create temporary illness and physical discomfort. At worst, it can cost you your life. ...

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    • Farmworkers Want Chlorpyrifos Pesticide Banned After EPA Refuses

      Environmentalists and farmworkers in California are pushing for the ban of a commonly used conventional insecticide. Back in 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under President Obama, ...

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    • Why You Should Retain a Lawyer for Your Toxic Exposure Case

      Toxic chemicals are about as common in some places as computers and desks are in others. The only difference is those who regularly handle toxic chemicals or are frequently around them could face ...

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    • Big Rig and SEPTA Double-Long Bus Collide in Northeast Philadelphia

      At around 12:30 p.m. on Monday, November 2, a double-long according SEPTA bus collided with a tractor-trailer in Northeast Philadelphia, leaving several people injured. The crash occurred near Rhawn ...

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