Category Archives: Class Action

Class action lawyers with experience representing large groups of individuals who suffer similar damages caused by the same at fault party.

Does Wells Fargo Owe Its Employees More Than an Apology?

Out of a 164-year history, Wells Fargo is neck deep in the biggest scandal the bank has ever faced. Illegal bank accounts and credit card accounts were opened, thousands of employees were fired, and the threat of class action lawsuits are looming. Is there anything Wells Fargo can do to atone for this incredible breach of trust? The new CEO…
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Has Forced Arbitration Been Forced Out of Nursing Homes?

A few months ago, the personal injury attorneys here at Colson Hicks Eidson brought you the story of a 100-year-old woman who was murdered by her unstable roommate in a nursing home. The woman’s son quickly pursued negligence charges against the nursing home because of the roommate’s record of violence, but he was blocked by the forced arbitration clause hidden…
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Are Pokémon Stealing Your Legal Rights?

Do you play Pokémon Go? Do you enjoy your constitutional right to go to court? Are you afraid Pokémon Go could have a data leak? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it may interest you to know something. The terms of service in Pokémon Go includes a forced arbitration clause. Do you know what that means?…
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Could City Corruption Be Exposed by Your Water Bill?

It took two years to happen, but it shouldn’t have happened at all. A Florida city, strapped for cash, almost completely cleared out an account earmarked to pay local citizens. How did this happen, and why are we only just now finding out about it? Could Your Water Bill Expose City Corruption? Opa-locka may seem like any other Florida city,…
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More States Sue: Will Uber Driver Employment Issues Ever Be Solved?

For Uber drivers in California and Massachusetts, a long battle is coming to an end. Uber has submitted a settlement that could end the lawsuit filed by several of its drivers in both states, but will a settlement really end the company’s strife over vague employee treatment? More States Sue: Will Uber Driver Employment Issues Ever Be Solved? The price…
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Tremont Towing—Stars Of South Beach Tow— Have Been Sued! Can Illegal Towing In Miami Be Stopped?

How many times have you parked your car in a perfectly reasonable spot only to find it gone after you return from your errands? It is an unfortunate part of life in Miami. Towing companies all over the city regularly tow vehicles that they have no right to tow, and these companies also add illegal charges to the bill when…
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