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A new Carfax study has found that a jaw-dropping 63 million cars on American roads are recalled vehicles that have not been fixed.

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Washing asbestos-coated clothing is a common cause of “bystander” mesothelioma, especially since shaking out dusty clothes could cause the fibers to spread through the home.

Click to read more about how asbestos exposure and its effects span much further than the worksite.

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Attorney John Yanchunis: This lawsuit will seek stronger cybersecurity measures from Yahoo “to make sure that this never happens again.”

Additionally, for those who suffered financial losses as a result of the breach, the lawsuit will seek damages.

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ClassAction.com Attorney John Yanchunis has been appointed Lead Counsel in the Yahoo Data Breach Lawsuit. Compromising confidential details of over 1 billion users, Yahoo's data breach is the largest in history.

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While wage and hour class action filings were down in 2016, settlement values were up.

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Student loans have become a critical issue for millions of Americans. Instead of helping, some loan servicers and debt relief companies just compound the issue.

Click to learn how Florida is cracking down.


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While many of us take advertising slogans with a grain of salt, we do at least trust that the products we buy contain the ingredients listed on the bottle. But that might not be the case for much longer.

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Drug overdoses now kill more Americans than car crashes.

As our nation's opioid crisis continues to ravage lives, we're left wondering: Who's to blame?


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Last week, Johnson & Johnson offered to settle four class action lawsuits for $5 million. The lawsuits alleged that the company deceived consumers into paying a premium for their products by carelessly using the term “clinically proven” to support claims that their bedtime products helped babies fall asleep.

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