Capital One and Merrill Lynch Settlement Checks in Mail

Class Members of the Capital One TCPA class action lawsuit and the Merrill Lynch call recording lawsuits are reporting having received checks in the mail from the settlement funds for the above named class action suits. TCA viewers are reporting on Top… Read More »


Credit Unions Overdraft Fees Raised By 14 Percent

Credit unions have been an attractive option for customers for years as they are often promised lower fees than banks. However, in recent years they have been accused of raising overdraft fees and other charges. What are Credit Unions? Credit unions are not-for-profit... Read More »


Medical Informatics Hit with Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit

Last week, a class action lawsuit was filed against Medical Informatics Engineering Inc. alleging the company was at fault for a recent data breach because it failed to implement adequate security measures. Lead plaintiff James Young filed the class action lawsuit in Indiana… Read More »


Knee Surgery Infections Linked to Hospital Warming Device

The Bair Hugger warming system, a warming blanket that is used on patients during surgical procedures to regulate body temperature, has recently been connected with dangerous and potentially life-threatening complications. The system blows hot air at patients in an attempt to warm... Read More »


Disability Insurance Claim Denials Rampant at Unum, Plaintiffs Claim

Unum, the largest disability insurance company in the U.S., has reportedly caused hundreds of thousands of people with legitimate disability insurance claims to be denied insurance. This is an alleged systematic claim-denial policy that increases the company’s profit, while denying often-necessary insurance... Read More »


Zithromax Stevens Johnson Syndrome Sparks Lawsuits

Zithromax (generic: azithromycin), manufactured by Pfizer, is an antibiotic for bacterial infections. Adults and children may take this medicine for different reasons – adults may take it to fight respiratory infections or sexually transmitted diseases, but children may take it for such... Read More »


Cymbalta Discontinuation Linked to Withdrawal Syndrome

Cymbalta (duloxetine) is a commonly prescribed medication for mood issues and certain physical conditions. While it is most often used to treat depression, it is also used to treat anxiety, fibromyalgia, diabetic neuropathy and chronic pain. Cymbalta is known as a serotonin-norepinepherine... Read More »


Texas Man Claims Testosterone Products Led to Stroke

A Texas man who suffered a stroke while on testosterone replacement therapy has filed a testosterone lawsuit in Illinois federal court. Plaintiffs George and Nelva S. are suing 10 of the 22 named defendants in the multidistrict litigation over testosterone replacement therapy.... Read More »


Allergic Reactions Prompt Dilantin SJS Lawsuits

The anti-epileptic drug Dilantin has been linked to Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN). More than 20% of TEN cases, which can develop from SJS, are believed to be caused by Dilantin. Dilantin is one of the most commonly prescribed anti-seizure medications and has... Read More »


Status Conference Held for Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuit

A status conference hearing regarding a national talcum powder lawsuit recently took place, moving the baby powder cancer lawsuit closer to trial. Plaintiffs in the talcum powder lawsuit filed in December 2014 claim that use of baby powder products manufactured and sold... Read More »