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Deadline for Claims in Cryptsy Class Action Settlement is May 17, 2017

BitCoin Cryptsy Theft

If you are a CRYPTSY account holder and are unable to access your CRYPTOCURRENCY, you could get money from two different class action settlements On August 25, 2016, the Honorable Kenneth A. Marra of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida entered an order certifying a class of Cryptsy account holders who are unable to access their cryptocurrency in a class action lawsuit. The class action lawsuit claims that Defendant Project Investors, Inc. d/b/a Cryptsy (“Cryptsy”) and Paul Vernon stole and converted for their own use the cryptocurrencies of the Cryptsy account holders. On April 24,...

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Xarelto: Bleeding and Stroke Linked to Popular Blood Thinner

Xarelto Class Action

If you have experienced adverse health effects or lost a loved one who took the blood-thinning medication Xarelto, you are not alone. The subject of a recent TV ad blitz starring Arnold Palmer, Xarelto has recently been linked to potentially fatal bleeding and stroke. Wites & Kapetan is investigating and aggressively pursuing claims for compensation on behalf of those who have suffered after taking Xatelto. Xarelto (rivaroxaban) was first approved by the FDA in July of 2011 to reduce the risk of blood clots and stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation, treat deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolisms, and reduce...

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Starbucks Lawsuit: Scalding Hot Coffee Leaves Pompano Beach Man With 2nd Degree Burns on His Penis, Scrotum and Thighs

Starbucks Hot Coffee Lawsuit

Many of us start each day with an optimism that our health and safety will remain intact. But, what if that optimism came to a screeching halt? All because of the very poor judgement, and negligence of another. Last May, Florida resident Christopher Romano had such an experience. Mr. Romano’s life was forever changed after he suffered extremely painful second-degree burns to his penis, scrotum and thighs due to the negligence of Starbucks. On that particular morning, Mr. Romano visited the drive-thru window at a Pompano Beach, Florida Starbucks. He ordered two breakfast sandwiches, and two large cups of coffee....

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Florida Man Sues Banks Alleging They Are Violating The Telephone Consumer Protection Act By Calling His Cell Phone

Fred Horenburger says that he does not have any accounts of any kind with Bank of America or Synchrony Bank. Yet, both Banks have repeatedly called his cell phone, even though he told them to stop long ago. Unable to stop the calls, Mr. Horenburger turned to The Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and filed lawsuits against the banks in The United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.  (The cases have been assigned numbers 9:15cv80034 and 9:2014cv81600). He is seeking at least $500 for each call he alleges violated the Act, which is commonly called the TCPA. The...

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