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Anthem Data Breach Sparks Class Action Lawsuit

UPDATE: As of March 24, 2015, W&L can only consider your case if you have experienced actual fraud. This would include unauthorized charges on your credit cards or accounts opened in your name. It also includes notification from medical professionals or facilities for treatment you never received, or from the IRS that your tax refund…

W&L Weighing Class Action Against Anthem Over Data Breach

UPDATE: As of March 24, 2015, W&L can only consider your case if you have experienced actual fraud. This would include unauthorized charges on your credit cards or accounts opened in your name. It also includes notification from medical professionals or facilities for treatment you never received, or from the IRS that your tax refund…

Airbag Giant Angers Congress, W& L Adds Takata Lawsuits

UPDATE: Weitz & Luxenberg is no longer accepting  new clients for this lawsuit. Takata Corp. yesterday responded to Congress with a defiant “no” when lawmakers demanded a 50-state recall of the corporation’s defective airbags. But earlier, Weitz & Luxenberg responded to the Takata crisis with a barrage of new lawsuits over the economic losses caused…

W&L Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Chrysler

UPDATE: Weitz & Luxenberg is no longer accepting  new clients for this lawsuit. Weitz & Luxenberg today announced the filing of a class action lawsuit in federal court against Chrysler Group LLC. The nationally respected personal injury and mass tort law firm said it seeks to hold the Big Three automobile maker accountable for economic…

Takata Exploding Airbags Prompts W&L to Ready Class Action Lawsuit

UPDATE: Weitz & Luxenberg is no longer accepting  new clients for this lawsuit. Reports of at least four deaths and nearly 150 injuries from exploding airbags that hurl jagged, razor-sharp pieces of shrapnel at drivers and passengers spurred leading national law firm Weitz & Luxenberg to today announce it is preparing for a class action…

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