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Class action lawsuits are filed on behalf of a group of people who were harmed in a similar way by a company’s violation of the law.

In a class action, Lemberg Law works on behalf of the group, fighting to get consumers fair compensation for the damages they’ve suffered, as well as punitive damages for the company’s illegal behavior.

Lemberg Law is currently working on a number of class action lawsuits. If your experience is similar to the situations outlined below, please contact our office immediately.

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Nyby v. Convergent Outsourcing: If Convergent Outsourcing sent you a debt collection letter regarding a time-barred debt, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Telephone Consumer Protection Act: Robocalls
Reid and Vacarro v. I.C. System: Have you received automated calls on your cell phone from I.C. System? Both sides have reached a class settlement in this lawsuit. Read the full case study.

In re: Collecto: Have you received a cell phone robocall from Collecto or EOS CCA? If so, you may be eligible to join the class action lawsuit alleging violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Read the full case study.

Martin v. Pioneer Credit Recovery: Have you received cell phone robocalls from debt collection agency Pioneer Credit Recovery? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action lawsuit. Read the full case study.

Duchene v. OnStar: Have you received cell phone robocalls from OnStar? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action lawsuit. Read the full case study.

Munday v. Navy Federal Credit Union: Have you received cell phone robocalls from NFCU? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action lawsuit. Read the full case study.

LaVigne v. First Community Bancshares: Have you received calls on your cell phone from First Community Bancshares? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Zani v. Rite Aid: If you’ve received a cell phone robocall from Rite Aid about a flu shot, you may qualify as a class action plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Krejci v. Cavalry Portfolio Services: Have you received robocalls on your cell phone from Cavalry Portfolio Services? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Campbell v. Gap, Inc.: Has Gap robocalled your cell phone without your consent? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Campbell v. J.C. Penney Company, Inc.: Has JCPenney robocalled your cell phone without your consent? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Breda v. Cellco Partnership: Has Verizon robocalled your cell phone without your consent? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Avila v. United Auto Credit Corporation: Has United Auto Credit Corporation robocalled your cell phone because you were listed as a “reference” on a loan application? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Johnson v. Comodo Group: Has Comodo Group robocalled your cell phone about an SSL certificate? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Jennings v. Continental Service Group: Has ConServe robocalled your cell phone about a student loan debt? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Perez v. PHH Mortgage: Has PHH Mortgage robocalled your cell phone without your consent? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Kinnamon v. Ditech Financial, LLC: Have you received Ditech Financial cell phone robocalls without your consent? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Johnson v. Time Warner Cable: Have you received Time Warner Cable cell phone robocalls without your consent? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Hickman v. Farmers Insurance Company: Have you received Farmers Insurance Company cell phone robocalls without your consent? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Hicks v. Health Insurance Innovations: Have you received robocalls on your cell phone from Health Insurance Innovations? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Ward v. Flagship Credit Acceptance: Have you received robocalls on your cell phone from Flagship Credit Acceptance? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff. Read the full case study.

Telephone Consumer Protection Act: Spam Text Messages
Duguid v. Facebook: Have you received Facebook text messages without your permission? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Brown v. Rita’s Water Ice: Have you received Rita’s “Cool Alerts” without your permission? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Larson v. Harman Management Corporation: Have you received A&W promotional text messages without your permission? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Powell v. New York & Company: Have you received New York & Company cell phone text messages without your permission? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Winner & Jennings v. Kohl’s Department Stores: Have you received Kohl’s cell phone text messages without your permission? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

DiStasio v. Edible Arrangements: Have you received cell phone text messages without your permission from Edible Arrangements? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Aguilar v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company: Have you received cell phone text messages without your permission from State Farm? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Filburn v. Hibbett Sporting Goods, Inc.: Have you received cell phone text messages without your permission from Hibbett Sporting Goods? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Hollingsworth and Yankee v. Jackson Hewitt, Inc.: Have you received cell phone text messages without your permission from Jackson Hewitt? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Hoover v. Sears Holding Corporation: Has Sears sent you cell phone text messages without your permission? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Huron and Wright v. Jo-Ann Stores: Has Jo-Ann’s sent you cell phone text messages without your consent? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Amodeo v. GrubHub: Have you received unauthorized cell phone text messages from GrubHub? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Rosales v. Lexington Law Firm: Have you received cell phone text messages without your permission from Lexington Law Firm? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.

Breach of Warranty
Munoz v. LG Electronics: Did you purchase an LG television manufactured in or after 2011? If so, you may qualify as a plaintiff in this class action. Read the full case study.