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When a data breach occurs, affected consumers may be able to unite and file a class action lawsuit against the company that failed to protect their information.
Talc products like Johnson's Baby Powder have been linked to ovarian cancer. Hundreds of women have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.
A major breach of a backup database owned by HealthNow Networks impacted 918,000 consumers, most of them seniors with diabetes.
Breach of warranty law (or “lemon law”) allows consumers to file lawsuits against manufacturers or merchants for products that fail to live up to their warranty.
Monsanto's Roundup Weed and Grass Killer may cause non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Farmers and gardeners diagnosed with cancer may be eligible for compensation.
Product liability lawsuits are filed against manufacturers, sellers, distributors, and others for injuries caused by defective products.
Companies exposed workers to asbestos for decades. Those suffering from mesothelioma or those who have lost a loved one to the disease may be eligible for compensation.
Victims of terrorist acts committed in the U.S. can now sue the foreign governments who funded them. Lawsuits are now being filed against Saudi Arabia for 9/11.
Companies violate the TCPA by bombarding consumers with unsolicited calls and messages. These violations often lead to multimillion-dollar settlements.
Yahoo failed to protect the data of one billion users. Those users will now form the largest class action in history, with John Yanchunis as lead counsel.
Florida insurance companies often deny or underpay water damage claims caused by cast iron pipes. But policyholders are filing lawsuits for the money that’s owed to them.
Matrix and L'Oreal's keratin hair products falsely advertise the presence and benefits of keratin. Consumers may be able to recover money lost by participating in a class action lawsuit.
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