Class Action Lawsuit
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Like many, Jim Ball of Finleyville bought what Purina’s Beneful brand was selling.
A class action lawsuit filed in San Francisco claims that Nestle Purina’s Beneful dog food is actually killing the pets they are supposed to keep healthy.
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority has settled a lawsuit brought by a woman who uses a wheelchair and claimed newly installed parking kiosks were too tall for her to use.
The NCAA agreed on Tuesday to help athletes with head injuries in a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit that college sports’ governing body touted as a major step forward but that critics say doesn’t go nearly far enough.
A western Pennsylvania woman has sued the local parking authority, saying that its new electronic parking meters are too tall for her to reach from a wheelchair.
Funds for low-income health insurance programs were diverted, the programs disbanded and that has left thousands in Pennsylvania with no assistance. On Tuesday, a Commonwealth Court judge declared unconstitutional a state law that siphoned money from the Adult Basic Health Care program into state coffers.
Some Allegheny County property owners who are upset they lost their assessment appeal are seeking to join a class-action lawsuit. They say they paid hundreds of dollars to have their home appraised, only to have the appraisal rejected.
Kennywood, Idlewild, and Sandcastle have been named in a class action settlement. If you visited the parks between Dec. 4, 2006 and Dec. 20, 2011 and used a debit or credit card, you may be eligible for free admission.
Thousands of area home buyers and sellers could be eligible for a refund in a realty settlement; but the time to act is fast approaching.
Bank overdraft fees can be a real pain, but you may be able to put some of that money back in your pockets. Former National City customers are being contacted about a $12 million class action settlement.
People who lost medical coverage when the state ended the Adult Basic program are fighting back.