Pizza Hut class action lawsuit

Pizza Hut Delivery Tax Class Action Lawsuit Moves Forward

On Wednesday, a Florida federal judge refused Pizza Hut of America Inc.’s motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit that accuses the pizza company of improperly collecting state sales tax on delivery fees. This Pizza Hut class action lawsuit was originally filed on… Read More »


Customers Report Olympic Rescue It! Cracks Within Months

An Olympic Rescue It! class action lawsuit investigation has been launched after customer allegations that the resurfacing product advertised as a “high performance coating” cracks and peels within just a few months after application. Rescue It! Resurfacer is promoted by Olympic as... Read More »


Best Buy, Monster Face $5M HDMI Cable Class Action Lawsuit

Best Buy and Monster Inc. face a proposed $5 million false advertising class action lawsuit over allegations of misleading consumers into purchasing a Monster brand HDMI cable over a basic HDMI cable by suggesting certain HDTVs will only work with a Monster… Read More »


Pradaxa Study Suggests Increased Internal Bleeding Risks

A recent study comparing Pradaxa to the more traditional anticoagulant Warfarin (Coumadin) suggests that Pradaxa consumers may face an increased risk of internal bleeding. In a Pradaxa study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association's Internal Medicine, researchers examined the... Read More »

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Ashley Madison Sued in Ala. Data Breach Class Action

The popular extramarital dating side Ashley Madison has been hit with several lawsuits since the website’s recent data breach became public knowledge, as many plaintiffs are claiming that the website company failed to protect their users’ information. On Aug. 26, another Ashley… Read More »

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Lexapro Birth Defects Lawsuits Filed by 12 Mothers

  After children of mothers who used Lexapro or Celexa were born with birth defects, Forest Pharmaceuticals Inc. has been confronted with twelve different lawsuits. The lawsuits claim that the infants of these mothers were born with various Lexapro birth defects, such as congenital heart... Read More »


Mesothelioma Lawsuit Filed Over 1960s Asbestos Exposure

A couple from California has filed an asbestos mesothelioma lawsuit over asbestos-related disease they attribute to the husband’s shipbuilding work in the 1960s. Plaintiff Richard J. says he was diagnosed with mesothelioma in November 2014. He now alleges his mesothelioma originated with... Read More »


Zithromax Liver Damage and Failure May Spark Lawsuits

Zithromax (or azithromycin), manufactured by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer, is a popular antibiotic for bacterial infections.  It is one of the most widely prescribed drugs today.   However, Zithromax has also been tied to some very serious side effects including liver damage... Read More »


Feminine Hygiene Use of Baby Powder Linked to Cancer

About 40 percent of women reportedly use baby powder or another talc based product as part of their daily feminine hygiene routine. However, new studies have found that the use of talcum powder on the genital area may increase the risk of... Read More »

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Experts Discuss Risk of Farxiga and Other SGLT2 Inhibitors

Type-2 diabetes patients cannot seem to catch a break with their medications, as a number of these drugs have been alleged to cause severe side effects. One of these medication groups is the famous, sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors, which work in the... Read More »


Baby Born Without Kidney After Mother’s Zofran Use

Zofran (ondansetron), the popular anti-nausea drug that many expectant mothers use to deal with morning sickness, is the subject of a Zofran lawsuit, alleging that a mother’s use of the drug during the first trimester of pregnancy caused her child to suffer kidney problems and... Read More »

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Early Studies Showed Risperdal Male Breast Growth Correlation

  Risperdal makers Bayer Pharmaceuticals and Johnson & Johnson's subsidiary, Jansen Pharmaceuticals, has been slammed with numerous product liability and false advertising allegations from patients who suffered from gynecomastia, or male-breast growth. Risperdal was originally approved by the Food and Drug Administration... Read More »