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Category Archives: Class Actions

Understanding the “Reasonable Methodology” Requirement for Proving Class Action Claims

Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.220(a) contains four (4) threshold requirements in order to obtain class certification: (1) Members of the class are so numerous that separate joinder of each member is impracticable (“numerosity”); (2) The claim or defense of the representative party raises questions of law or fact common to the questions of law […]

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Continental Airbags Class Action

Several weeks ago, our terrific team, filed suit on behalf of 2008 – 2010 Honda Accord Owners regarding their Airbag systems (SRS). This system is not a Takata system, but is instead manufactured by Continental. We learned today that the issue is not limited to Honda at all. Today, Continental announced a recall of those […]

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Medical Bill balance billing

Here’s the scenario: You get healthcare, you give the healthcare provider your insurance card (automobile insurance after an accident, or health insurance/HMO otherwise). The insurance company/HMO pays the provider what it wants to pay (that determination is another subject completely!) Now you get a bill from the healthcare provider or a bill collector telling you […]

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Does safety sell?

When anyone purchased or leased a 2014 Cadillac CTS Sedan prior to the spring of 2014, the vehicle had a new car sticker, (called a Monroney Sticker), that indicated the 2014 CTS sedan had been tested, and had a 5 Star Crash Rating, all around. In May 2014 everyone who had purchased or leased a […]

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No trial lawyer is an island, you just can’t do this stuff alone

We are rather heavily involved in class action litigation of all types.  Very rarely do we handle a class action without teaming up with other experienced law firms.  The amount of work, paper, and expense involved in most class actions require a level of sophistication, expertise, and commitment that requires a team of law firms. […]

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Mortgage Servicers

We have been involved, for some time now, in two class action cases against a company that was formerly known as “American Home Mortgage Servicing”, they changed their name to “Homeward” (hah!), and they were eventually purchased and merged with “Ocwen”. The case has been bitterly contested, but finally we have filed motions for class […]

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Lutz v Protective Life Insurance

This post is very important for more than 100 Floridians who had health insurance with Protective Life. In order to avoid taking up too much space in this blog post, I will link to some important documents regarding this case which are posted on our website. First, the Complaint that we filed on behalf of […]

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Corporations and our “Justice Crisis”

The media and politicians tell us about a financial crisis, a terrorism crisis, a debt crisis, a crisis of confidence, blah, blah, blah. I spent some time today in one of the foreclosure divisions in the Palm Beach County courthouse. We have recently filed several class actions dealing with the massive overcharging of force placed […]

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Terrific New Reuters Article on Class Action Notices

Maybe because of inertia, maybe because it is easy, maybe because we simply don’t put 2 & 2 together, folks do things the same old way, even if that way is not the best way. This past Friday, Felix Salmon, at Reuters, posted this blog post: http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2010/11/19/can-legal-due-process-move-online/ It seems that almost every day in USA […]

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