10 Class Action Lawsuits You May Be Able to Join
Posted By Macey Farnsworth on June 7th, 2019
If you’ve been injured by a product you may be able to open or join a class action lawsuit. Common class action lawsuits could involve a group of employees who were subjected to race discrimination, a number of patients who were prescribed a drug with injurious side effects, consumers who purchased a defective product that caused injuries and so many more. Class action lawsuits pop up often and you just may be able to join one.
In a traditional lawsuit, one party sues another party for a specific action and all parties appear in court. In a class action lawsuit, one person sues a defendant on behalf of a larger group of people. This larger group of people all suffered from similar injuries caused by the same product or action. In a class action lawsuit, not everyone in the class has to be present in court.
Generally, a class action lawsuit comes about when a group of people suffered similar minor injuries and may not pursue legal action on their own. If the defendant is found liable for the plaintiffs’ injuries, all of the injured plaintiffs receive something. Here are class action lawsuits that are currently open to claims that you may be able to join.
Consumers who received automated calls or text to their cell phones regarding US Bank residential mortgage or home equity may be eligible for cash payment. Click here for more information.
Claim Deadline: June 13, 2019
Johnson & Johnson
Consumers who purchased Aveeno Baby Wash and Shampoo or Aveeno Baby Calming Bath may be eligible for cash payments. Products were falsely advertised as natural oat formula. Click here for more information.
Claim Deadline: June 17, 2019
Raymour & Flanigan
Consumers who received unsolicited text messages from Raymour & Flanigan may be eligible for a cash payment. For more information and to verify dates of text messages, click here.
Claim Deadline: June 22, 2019
Certain Hyundai models have defective sunroofs. Consumers who purchased or leased one of these Hyundais may be eligible for compensation, reimbursement and extended warranty. Find out more here.
Claim Deadline: June 25, 2019
Consumers who bought certain Morning Song Bird Food products may be eligible for a refund. These products contained pesticides Storcide II and Actellic 5. Click here for more information.
Claim Deadline: July 1, 2019
There was a breach in Arby’s restaurants' point of sales systems between October 8, 2016 and January 12, 2017. Consumers who paid with a credit, debit or another card at certain Arby’s may be eligible for expenses reimbursement and identity theft protection services. Find out more here.
Claim Deadline: July 13, 2019
Utz Quality Foods, LLC
Consumers who purchased certain Utz or Bachman brand products may be eligible to receive $20.00. The company falsely advertised the products as natural, all natural or not synthetic. For more information click here.
Claim Deadline: July 28, 2019
Certain 2011-2018 Toyota Sienna’s have defective sliding doors. Consumers who purchased or leased these models may be eligible for reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses. Click here to learn more.
Claim Deadline: August 2, 2019
Consumers who purchased certain top-loading washing machines may be eligible for a cash rebate or reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses. Samsung reached a settlement over allegations that they manufactured, advertised and sold defective washing machines. For more information, click here.
Claim Deadline: August 6, 2019
Henkle Consumer Goods Inc.
Consumers who bought certain Purex Natural Elements Laundry Detergent products may be eligible for cash payment. The company falsely advertised the products as being made with natural elements, when in fact, there were synthetic ingredients. To find out more, click here.
Claim Deadline: August 10, 2019