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This class action alleges that DJM Advisory Group, Banner Life Insurance, and Banner’s subsidiary William Penn Life Insurance Company of New York, sent unsolicited advertising faxes to recipients who had not agreed to receive them. 

This class action alleges that Hydro Mousse “spray and stay” grass seeding product is defective and does not work as advertised. 

Safeco Insurance Company of America was sued in relation to its uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage. The class action alleges that the forms use to select or reject such coverage during the class period were invalid, that policies should be reformed, and that persons insured under them who had accidents should have their claims adjusted.

This class action alleges that Alma Lasers, Inc. or its agents sent unsolicited advertising faxes, in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Earth, Inc. has settled a class action alleging that it improperly labeled its Exer-Walk shoes as having specific health benefits, such as improved posture, strengthened core muscles, reduced joint stress, and maximal calorie burn.

Oak Creek Park, Inc., doing business as Rental Express, has settled a class action alleging that its lease-purchase contracts fail to make certain disclosures about the costs of the contracts according to Georgia state law. 

This is a settlement for a class action alleging that Public Storage told Florida tenants it would send premiums collected for self-storage insurance to an insurance company, but that it retained more than 75% of the money collected.

HomeServe has settled a class action that alleges that the company sold service plans to people who lived in multi-unit dwellings, like apartment houses and condominiums, even though the plans excluded such dwellings from coverage. 

In wake of its diesel emissions scandal, Audi of America is offering certain benefits to owners or lessees of certain affected vehicles. NOTE: THIS IS NOT A SETTLEMENT, and Audi asserts that participation in this program will not waive your rights to bring suit or participate in a settlement.

Liberty Tax has settled a class action alleging that it violated state and federal laws when it facilitated refund anticipation financial products via the Republic Bank from 2009-2012 by failing to properly disclose fees and annual percentage rates for what plaintiffs assert was a loan. 

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