Hotel and Resort Fees Examined: Are They Legal?

Hotel and resort fees started popping up on travelers’ bills starting in the 1990s. When resort fees were first created, they were meant for the upkeep of high-end facilities and to offer extra perks to those who were paying extra. Now, resort… Read More »

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Dilantin Linked to Serious Complications, Including SJS

For epileptics plagued by unpredictable and uncontrollable seizures, a drug like Dilantin may seem a godsend. However, some patients have suffered serious and even life-threatening side effects from the drug. Dilantin Dilantin (Phenytoin sodium) is used to treat several types of seizures…. Read More »

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Unum Goes From Insurance Pioneer to Legal Scrutiny

Unum, also called Unum Provident, is one of the largest insurance companies in the United States and the world. It controls more than 40 percent of the disability insurance market, a larger proportion than any other company. However, they have been accused… Read More »

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Do HGH Supplements Like GenF20 Plus Work?

People who buy supplements do so with the belief that they will be able to take advantage of the benefits promised by the companies that make them. However, there are some who doubt whether or not the promises related to the efficacy… Read More »

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Janumet and Byetta Killed a Texas Woman, Lawsuit Says

A  San Marcos, Texas, woman named Nancy Megerson allegedly died as a result of using the diabetes medications Byetta and Janumet, according to a new lawsuit filed March 31. The drug injury lawsuit, filed the by the executrix of Megerson’s estate, claims… Read More »

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Study: Metformin Safer Than Actos for Bladder Cancer Risk

Type-2 diabetes is one of the fastest growing diseases in the United States, and bladder cancer is a potential risk that may be associated with diabetes. The diabetes drug Actos, from Takeda Pharmaceuticals, is one of the many treatment options available for… Read More »

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Shoe Show FACTA Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit that alleges Shoe Show Inc. violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) by providing receipts to retail customers that included expiration dates and/or more than the last five digits of... Read More »

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Motorola Settles Motoactv Sports Watch False Ad Class Action Lawsuit

Motorola Mobility Inc. has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit that alleges the company falsely marketed a personal fitness tracking watch as being “rain-resistant” and “sweat-proof” and accuses the company of failing to honor the product’s warranties. On Wednesday, a Pennsylvania… Read More »

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Smucker False Labeling Class Action Lawsuit Denied Certification

A federal judge has denied certification of a putative class action lawsuit claiming that Smucker’s Uncrustables and Crisco shortening products are falsely labeled, deciding that incomplete damage calculations were fatal to the attempts by lead plaintiff Lucina Caldera and other consumers who… Read More »

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Bayer Birth Control Lawsuit: Mirena IUD Punctured Woman’s Uterus

Florida resident Nicole Minghelli has filed a Mirena IUD lawsuit against drug giant Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Inc., alleging that the birth control device punctured her uterus and caused serious harm that required surgical intervention. According to the Mirena lawsuit, Minghelli began using… Read More »

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