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Breach of Contract

Ad for Free TurboTax Services on Computer Screen

Is TurboTax’s advertised “free” filing service really free? The complaint for this class action alleges that Intuit, Inc., the company behind TurboTax, purports to offer “free” tax services, then steers consumers to paid options. But this is not all: TurboTax is actually required to offer truly free tax services to certain people as part of an agreement with the IRS.

Steep Roof, Seen from the Top

The difficulty in evaluating insurance policies is that you never know how good the company is until you have an actual loss and see how their payment system works. The complaint for this class action alleges that LM Insurance Corporation (Liberty Mutual) does not properly pay for labor, in at least two different ways, in its actual cash value payouts for damages to property.

Chase Credit Card

Do you have to pay interest on a purchase if you pay it off before the deadline of that billing cycle? Most people would say no. But the complaint for this class action alleges that cardholders with Chase Bank USA, JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, and JPMorgan Chase & Co. will normally pay an interest charge.

"Free" Filing TurboTax Offer on Computer Screen

How many people know that TurboTax must allow some users to file their taxes for free? The complaint for this class action alleges that Intuit, Inc., the company that makes TurboTax, has violated an agreement with the federal government because it diverts filers to paid options.

Male Hand Holding Container of Sperm

What should a sperm bank know about the product it sells? The complaint for this class action alleges that Manhattan Cryobank, Inc. (MCB) sold semen to customers that had not been adequately screened for genetically-based diseases.

Wayfair Bed

Imagine buying a new bed and finding it infested with bedbugs. The complaint for this class action alleges that that’s what happened to plaintiff Lekisha Nicholas when she ordered a bed from Wayfair.

New York Life Logo

The complaint for this class action alleges that New York Life Insurance and Annuity Corporation hiked the premium on its universal life policies by an excessive rate. It did this, the complaint says, using an illegal policy form to support its moves, and forced many people to allow their policies to lapse, leaving them with nothing for all the years they’d paid in.

Building for Ohio National

When a person or firm is laid off, what happens to any unpaid commissions they might have earned? The complaint for this class action says that Ohio National Life Insurance and related companies simply stopped paying the insurance commissions to securities representatives when it terminated its selling agreements with their companies. The complaint calls this breach of contract and unjust enrichment.

Bridges at Southpoint Aparments in North Carolina

When tenants are late with the rent, are landlords allowed to charge them eviction fees when no eviction proceedings have ever taken place? The complaint for this class action alleges that Pegasus Residential, LLC, Inwood Holdings, LLC, and MP Bridges at Southpoint, LLC charge tenants more than the law allows and more than they should owe. 

Minnesota Life Insurance Logo

This class action is a complicated one, involving income streams arranged for consumers by an insurance company and used to fund life insurance policies. Minnesota Life Insurance Company should have known that the plan was flawed from the beginning, the complaint claims, and should never have recommended it to their customers.

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