Monthly Archives: July 2011

Class Certification Granted Against Blue Cross/Blue Shield Over Denial of ABA Therapy for Autism

On July 14, 2011 a Federal Judge in Detroit, Michigan entered an Order granting parents with autistic children class certification against Blue Cross/ Blue Shield for denying coverage of autism treatment. The Order represents a major victory for parents with … Continue reading

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Cell Phone Cramming is a Nationwide Epidemic According to Year-long Congressional Investigation

  Strange fees and services crammed onto cell phone bills are a nationwide epidemic for U.S. consumers but remains a steady source of revenue for many of America’s biggest telecommunications companies.   A congressional investigative report recently issued by Sen. John Rockefeller accuses AT&T, Verizon and … Continue reading

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Iraq War Veteran Files Class Action Lawsuit Against CitiMortgage

A US veteran who fought in Iraq has filed a class action lawsuit against CitiMortgage, accusing the large company of violating federal law by foreclosing on his home while he was serving in the Army National Guard.  Sgt. Jorge Rodriguez filed the class action lawsuit in … Continue reading

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Class Action Reinstated Against Safeway Premium Finance Company

On July 7, 2011, Florida’s highest court in Lazaro E. Sosa v. Safeway Premium Finance Company, No. SC09-1849 (July 7, 2011) reinstated a class action covering Safeway Premium Finance auto insurance customers who claim they were overcharged on six-month contracts. … Continue reading

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Bank of America Hit With Class Action Lawsuit For Forcing Property Owners to Buy Excess Flood Coverage

Bank of America was recently hit with a putative class action lawsuit in Florida for forcing property owners to buy excess flood coverage as a condition for mortgage loans.  The complaint accuses Bank of America of buying insurance directly from a subsidiary and … Continue reading

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