If you are a victim of fraudulent or deceptive company practices, then you may be entitled to compensation through a class action lawsuit. Consumer protection class actions usually involve a company selling products or services that do not live up to the company’s advertising claims, or overcharging consumers for goods or services.
FitBit Force Burn
Investigating lawsuits on behalf of consumers who purchased FitBit Force devices and experienced severe skin irritation or skin “burn.” According to users, these skin burns will occur where on areas of the skin where the FitBit is worn. These skin irritations may cause pain and, in extreme cases, scarring. If you have experienced skin irritation or a skin burn from using a FitBit, please fill out the claim form on this page.
Ocwen Forced Placed Insurance
Investigating potential claims on behalf of homeowners against Ocwen concerning force-placed insurance policies or lender placed insurance. When a homeowner’s hazard, flood or wind insurance policy lapses for any reason, banks, lenders or loan servicers (banks), may force the homeowner to purchase insurance policies with significantly higher premiums. These force-placed policies often provide unnecessary or duplicative coverage because they are backdated to collect premiums for periods of time when the homeowner has no risk of loss. Banks often establish arrangements with a force-placed insurance provider who has agreed to share premiums with a subsidiary of the bank. These payments may represent unlawful kickbacks to the bank. If you or someone you know has been affected by this practice, please contact us.
Systrum Energy Price Increase Investigation
Investigating a potential class action lawsuit on behalf of customers of Systrum Energy. Systrum is a third party provider of electricity in New Jersey. On its website, Systrum states it bases its rates on the current market cost of electricity. It has been alleged that Systrum has recently increased its kilowatt per hour price of electricity over 50%. It is further alleged that this price increase is in no way tied to the market cost of electricity. If you or someone you know is a Systrum Energy customer and has recently experienced a dramatic increase in electricity costs, please fill out the claim form on this page.