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Ozempic Lawsuit – What is it About and Who Qualifies?

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A significant development has emerged in the pharmaceutical industry, involving two major players, Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly. These companies are facing a wave of lawsuits concerning their GLP-1 (glucagon-like peptide-1) medications, commonly used in the treatment of diabetes. GLP-1 medications, known for their efficacy in lowering blood glucose levels and aiding in weight management, have become a cornerstone in ...
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What You Need to Know About RV Warranty Laws

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According to data from the RV Industry Association, more than 11 million households in the United States own a recreational vehicle or RV. Contrary to popular belief, RV owners are getting younger, with individuals aged 48 years and below accounting for more than 50 percent of the overall ownership rates. The surge in RV ownership in recent years has come …

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Can I Sue Coinbase for Inadequate Protection?

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In November 2021, Coinbase, one of the world’s most popular digital currency exchanges, was slapped with a class action suit filed in the California Northern District Court. The plaintiff, Adam Alfia, alleged that Coinbase failed to protect customer accounts against data breaches and took unreasonable steps such as freezing customer accounts for extended durations to mitigate the cyberattacks. Adam Alfia …

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How to Recover Stolen Cryptocurrency

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The theft of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum is becoming increasingly common and has become a high priority target for fraudsters. According to a recent report compiled by Chainalysis, cybercriminals made away with a whopping $14 billion worth of crypto assets in 2021, translating to a 79% increase in crypto-related crime compared to the previous year. Scamming and hacking …

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How Cryptocurrency Scams Work

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The findings of a 2022 crime report compiled by Chainalysis indicate that investors lost more than $14 billion worth of cryptocurrency in 2021. That’s almost double the amount that scammers stole in the year before. No one ever believes they can fall for a scam—until they do. Fraudsters often aim to gain victims’ personal information by working various angles ranging …

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Can You Ride in an RV Without a Seatbelt?

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Hitting the open road in your RV with your family is the classic American vacation. Discovering magnificent new locations is what makes the whole trip so exhilarating. Since you’ll likely be traveling on the interstates and highways, it’s important to familiarize yourself with RV seatbelt laws to avoid getting caught up on the wrong side of the law. Can you …

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How to Join a Class Action Lawsuit

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When hundreds or even thousands of people  all suffer the same harmful effects of the same individual or entity, rather than file several different lawsuits, those people can come together to form a “class.” That way, they can all file a single lawsuit known as a “class action.” Class action suits arise for several reasons, including defective products such as …

Can Gun Manufacturers Be Sued

Can Gun Manufacturers Be Sued?

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Nearly every sector of the American economy could potentially face civil and product liability lawsuits if they’re found culpable. This has been used as a way to keep irresponsible manufacturers and rogue retailers in check. As with all things, however, there is an exception to that all-important rule, and that’s the gun industry. In 2005, Congress enacted the Protection of …