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Flushable Wipes Class Actions

Flushable wipes have been a popular household item for years, but recently, class action lawsuits have been filed against companies manufacturing them. The lawsuits allege that the wipes are not actually flushable and can cause plumbing problems.

The main issue is that the wipes do not break down quickly enough when flushed and can clog pipes or even damage septic systems. This can lead to expensive repairs and other costly issues for homeowners. In some cases, the plaintiffs claim that the companies knew about this issue but did not inform consumers or provide adequate warnings.

Everything you Need to Know about Class Action Settlement for Car Owners

Are you a car owner tired of dealing with faulty car parts and defects? If yes, you need to know about class action settlements. A class action settlement is a lawsuit that is filed by a group of people who have experienced similar harm or loss. In this blog, we will discuss everything you need to know about class action settlements as a car owner.

What are Class Action Settlements?

What You Need to Know About the Kia Class Action Lawsuit

Kia owners may be alarmed to hear about the class action lawsuit filed against the company. This lawsuit alleges that certain Kia models have defective engines that can lead to catastrophic failures and potentially endanger the lives of drivers and passengers. If you are a Kia owner, it is important to understand the details of the lawsuit and how it may affect you.

The lawsuit was filed in 2017 and includes owners of certain Kia models with Theta II engines, including the Kia Optima, Sorento, Sportage, and Soul. The plaintiffs claim that Kia knew about the defects in these engines but continued to manufacture and sell the vehicles anyway. The defects, which can include engine seizures, misfires, and stalling, can cause a dangerous loss of control on the road and potentially cause accidents. The plaintiffs seek compensation for financial losses, injuries, and wrongful deaths related to the engine defects.

Opening Statement

I just updated my webpage to include an example of an opening statement in a trial against the car dealership for selling a car, used car with prior damage. Ordinarily, this takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes depending on how the court schedules the opening statements. This is the usual length of the trial in case which might last 3 or 4 days. Defense opening statement which goes 2nd at trial, would also be about 15 to 20 minutes.

This is an example of an opening statement, and a trial, where the plaintiff purchased the vehicle and the dealer told him the car was not in an accident. The plaintiff later discovered that the car was in an accident. This is an example of what I might tell the jury in a similar or substantially similar case. Each case is completely different but this auto fraud case is a bit of the standard fact pattern and has many common factors across cases I have handled.

New post on the web site about car dealerships selling damaged cars

What do you do, what can you do when a dealership sells you a damaged car

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