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Everything You Need to Know About the Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Lawsuits

Published in Class Action on July 1, 2022

At Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, more than one million military troops and their families were exposed to tainted water between 1953 and 1987. The development of severe illness has been linked to exposure to the contaminants in this water. The Senate is currently reviewing the Camp Lejeune Justice Act. This Act…

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Should I Sign the Equifax Waiver?

Published in Class Action on November 17, 2017

In the wake of the Equifax data breach, many consumers were shaken to learn that they were victims of a massive hack. Equifax responded quickly, offering those affected help in the form of free identity protection. What many people did not see buried in the legal text was that, by signing, they gave up their…

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The Basics of Class Action Lawsuits

Published in Class Action, Personal Injury on June 10, 2016

When you receive a notice in the mail about a potential settlement for a defective product or hear a television announcement for people who were harmed by a medication, you are most likely hearing about some form of class action lawsuit. Class action lawsuits allow several people who suffered harm to join together in a…

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