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Claims Made

This class action alleges that between 1999 and 2003, Farmers Group insurance companies did the following:

This class action alleges that Timberline roofing shingles made by Building Materials Corporation of America (known as GAF Materials Corp.) have a defect that causes them to prematurely split, crack, or tear.

This class action alleges that Poz-Lok pipes and pipe fittings, which are used in fire sprinkler systems, have defective weld seams and are prone to premature corrosion, failure, and leakage.

This class action alleges that some Electrolux dryers contain defects that cause lint to build up and catch fire.

This class action alleges that when Wal-Mart gave a customer a refund for an item purchased at Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club retail stores or online at Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club websites, it did not refund the entire amount of sales tax the customer had paid at the time of purchase. 

This class action alleges that certain models of Taurus Pistols have safety defects that may cause them to fire when dropped or bumped, even with the safety in the “safe” or “on” position. 

This class action alleges that ZeoBIT marketed its MacKeeper software as being able to enhance Apple Macintosh computers’ speed, security, and performance by finding and eliminating errors and threats. However, according to the class action, some of the errors or threats identified were false and the software does not do everything it claims to do. 

This class action alleges that Gallup violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by using an automatic dialing system to place calls to the cells phones of persons who had not consented to receive the calls.

 

This class action alleges that Ocwen Loan Servicing required home-loan borrowers to pay for lender-placed insurance (LPI) policies from Assurant companies in such a way that Ocwen received a “kickback” commission or other payment. It also claims that the rates and amount of coverage were excessive. The Assurant companies included in the class action are the following:

This class action alleges that ExamSoft’s SoftTest software used by takers of the bar exam in July 2014 failed to work properly.

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