Omitting or Withholding Information
“Long Term Care is expensive. So too is Long Term Care Insurance.” So says this class action, which claims that Genworth Financial, Inc. and Genworth Life Insurance Company omitted material information about their long term care (LTC) policies when implementing premium increases.
If a student loan company Navient Solutions does not tell a borrower of all options available, is it contributing to the predatory schemes of another company that then takes advantage of that borrower? That’s what the complaint for this class action alleges in bringing suit against both Navient Solutions, formerly known as Sallie Mae, and Studebt, which ensnared plaintiff Shawn M. Davis in an outright fraudulent arrangement. The complaint alleges, among other things, that Navient breached its contract as well as its covenant of good faith, and that Studebt committed fraud and breach of fiduciary duty, and also violated the TCPA while marketing its fraudulent scheme.