Ford Motor: Class Action Investigation: Ford investigated for faulty transmission in Focus and Fiesta vehicles

  Attorneys have opened an investigation of Ford Motor Company relating to a potential defect in the transmissions of Ford Focus and Fiesta vehicles. Numerous Ford consumers have complained about defective transmissions on Focus and Fiesta models.  The defect results in shaking or grinding noises; vehicles hesitating and vibrating; transmission noises and the transmission not […]

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: Investigation opened regarding linkage between testosterone therapy drugs and heart attacks and stroke

Recent reports have raised concerns that testosterone therapy gives rise to an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and death.  Testosterone therapy (also called androgen replacement therapy) takes the form of pills, injections, and patches or gels that are absorbed through the skin. A study published in the November 2013 edition of the Journal of […]

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Chrysler : Investigation re: Chrysler’s 2009-2010 Dodge Ram trucks and 2009-2010 Dodge and Dakota trucks over defective rear differential

Attorneys have opened an investigation regarding the failure of the rear differential in 2009-2010 model year Dodge Ram trucks and 2009-2010 model year Dodge and Dakota trucks. As a result of a this alleged defect, affected vehicles can suffer seizure of the rear brakes under normal driving conditions resulting in a loss of control and […]

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Toyota Motor Corporation : Toyota vehicles investigated for excessive oil usage

Attorneys are investigating a potential claim on behalf of Toyota owners and lessees experiencing excessive engine oil consumption. The excessive oil consumption may be due to a design defect existing in certain Toyota models including Camry, Corolla, Matrix, RAV4 and Solara. If your Toyota has suffered from excessive oil consumption, please share your experiences with us or use […]

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Toyota Motor Corporation : Investigation of 2013-2014 Toyota Camry, Avalons, Siennas, and Tacomas, and 2014 Corollas or Tundras over potentially defective seat heaters

Toyota announced that it would stop the sale of Camrys, Avalons, Siennas, Tacomas, Corollas and Tundras because of a defective seat heaters that contain padding that does not meet flammability standards. While Toyota felt it was important to prevent the further sale of 36,000 of its vehicles equipped with these seat heaters, it has refused […]

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Mott's: Investigation of Mott’s over potentially misleading representations of fruit snack products

MOTT’S SNACKS INVESTIGATION  HAVE YOU PURCHASED MOTT’S OR ANOTHER COMPANY’S FRUIT SNACKS BELIEVING THEY WERE A HEALTHY, NATURAL OR NUTRITIOUS SNACK?  WOULD YOU BE SURPRISED TO LEARN THAT YOU MAY HAVE BEEN DECEIVED?   Attorneys are conducting an investigation related to Mott’s and other companies’ fruit snacks and potentially deceptive labeling on the products.  As […]

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: Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC. Investigated over loss of rear tail light functionality

NHTSA Office of Defects Investigation received 21 reports of rear light assembly failure due to a melted electrical connector or housing. Since opening the initial investigation ODI has received a total of 114 complaints reflecting an ongoing and increasing trend. In each report, one or both rear light assemblies fail completely (i.e., all lights housed […]

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: Investigation of systematic overcharges by hospitals of uninsured patients who received emergency room services

Attorneys are investigating systematic overcharges by hospitals of uninsured patients who received emergency room services. The investigation applies only to “uninsured” patients who were provided emergency treatment and care (i.e., not scheduled care or elective services at a Hospital. A recent class action complaint alleged various hospitals have has engaged in a pattern and practice […]

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Chrysler: Chrysler investigated over defective Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM) in 2011-2012 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos

  Attorneys are investigating allegations that 2011-2012 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos were sold with a defective Totally Integrated Power Module (commonly referred to as TIPM).  This defect causes the vehicle to not be able to start, and if it does start to shut off without warning.  Apparently, Chrysler is aware of the problem but […]

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Sallie Mae: Sallie Mae investigated for allegedly charging military personnel interest rates on student loans that violate the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

Attorneys are investigating a potential class action lawsuit against Sallie Mae for allegedly charging military personnel interest rates on student loans that violate the Service Members Civil Relief Act (“SCRA”). Recently, the FDIC told Sallie Mae it intends to publicly accuse the company of violating the SCRA, which dates back to 1918 and World War I. […]

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