Vehicle Fuel Pump Lawsuits

Global auto-part supplier Denso issued a massive U.S. recall in April 2020 covering more than 2 million cars, trucks, SUVs, and cross-overs because they may have a faulty fuel pump that may cause a complete loss of vehicle engine power, increasing the risk of a crash, endangering drivers and passengers. Honda, Acura, Toyota, Lexus and Subaru manufactured the more than 100 different vehicles affected by the recall.

Personal Injury and Wrongful Death
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VW Pre-Production Vehicle Lawsuit

Allegations have been raised that Volkswagen and its subsidiary Audi may have deceived customers by illegally selling pre-production vehicles under its Certified Preowned (CPO) program. If you purchased one of these vehicles, you may have a claim.

Consumer Fraud Protection
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West Virginia Mesothelioma Lawyer

For more than 30 years, our attorneys have been proud to represent West Virginians and their families in asbestos and personal injury claims.

Asbestos Exposure
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Wrongful Imprisonment

To be imprisoned without cause may be a violation of your civil rights, and you may have the right to hold those who violated your rights accountable. When situations like this arise, it is important to determine your legal rights.

Human Rights
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Zantac Lawsuit

Have you or a loved one have been diagnosed with stomach, bladder, kidney, pancreatic or colon cancer after taking Zantac to treat heartburn?

Medical Drugs
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Zinbryta (daclizumab) Litigation

Medical drug manufacturers Biogen Inc., and AbbVie Inc., voluntarily withdrew Zinbryta from the global market, urging doctors to stop prescribing the drug and transition current patients to another, presumably safer, treatment. Read their announcement.

Medical Drugs
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Zofran Lawsuit

Severe morning sickness can be difficult and painful to deal with as an expectant mother, but the last thing you would want to take is a medicine that may be linked to life-threatening birth defects in unborn children.

Medical Drugs
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Air France Flight 447

On June 1, 2009, Air France Flight 447 disappeared from radar and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean.

Aviation
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Alaska Rediske Air Charter Plane Crash

Motley Rice aviation attorneys represent families of victims involved in a tragic private charter plane crash that occurred in Soldotna, Alaska, shortly before noon on July 7, 2013.

Aviation
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American Airlines Flight 331

A Boeing 737-800 departed the runway on landing in Kingston, Jamaica, on Dec. 22, 2009

Aviation
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Anti-Kickback Regulation: Omnicare, Inc.

Manville Personal Injury Trust filed a shareholder derivative complaint against Omnicare, Inc., in 2010 for participating in illegal kickback schemes, necessitating new corporate governance measures.

Securities Class Actions
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Arab Bank Litigation

Our anti-terrorism practice group seeks to stop the flow of financial support to terror groups, including holding financial institutions and other corporations accountable for enabling terror funding and activity.

Anti-Terrorism
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