I developed a Retroperiteneal hematoma(KIDNEY BLEED) and went into respiratory arrest and was intubated in 2015. I noted several months on line that there was a class action against Warfarin but can't find an attorney
Liability for Coumadin (Warfarin Sodium) injuries can be attributed to several factors, including:
- Medical malpractice or negligence
- Prescription error
- Defective medicine
Many Coumadin/warfarin lawsuits and class action suits have been filed in the past.
It sounds like you are interested in pursuing claims for personal injuries (i.e., pain and suffering). That type of claim typically would not be pursued as a class action. It would be brought as an individual case for medical malpractice or prescription error. Contact a medical malpractice lawyer in your area to find out if you have a case. Do not delay in seeking legal assistance. Your claims must be brought within the time limits set by the statute of limitations applicable to your claims.See question
I sold my home but the new owner failed to inform they city now the house is going up for auction at a sheriffs sale. I'm worried how this will effect my credit.
If you sold the property and a satisfaction piece was recorded for any mortgage you had on the property, I don't see how a foreclosure against the new owner would have anything to do with you or impact your credit. I have a feeling the situation is more complicated than your question indicates and that you have not included important facts that would be needed to address your concerns.See question
I just found out the drug I've been on for 10 years causes behavior changes. The last ten years I've struggled with issues that have ruined my life. I told my doctor I need to change it, but she is delaying the change. Without it I cannot sleep...
A great deal of investigation would be needed to determine what claims you may have, against whom such claims should be made, and whether any of those claims have been included in a class action lawsuit. You should begin by consulting with a lawyer in your area who has experience in dealing with medical malpractice claims.See question
So i have a 2001 saab 9-3 and i was taking it in for labor on replacing a break booster. I notified the mechanic to just do a diagnostic test and get back to me. They called me a day later saying the car wouldnt accept the key and it was a new dia...
Can you file a lawsuit? Yes. Should you expect to win? Probably not. You have a car made by a company that is no longer in business and that is nearly 17 years old. Although you haven't stated the mileage, I'm betting that it has well in excess of 100,000 miles. Plus, Saabs were never known for their reliability. Given those factors, your expectations for prevailing in a lawsuit against the mechanic shouldn't be very high.See question
My husband (and I) took out a HELOC years ago. My husband tried to refinance a primary mortgage and he says during that time, he did some process with the HELOC/Second Mortgage lender and an Estoppel Letter (a.k.a. payoff letter) came into play an...
First, as my colleague advises, your problem is complex and you need to consult with a lawyer. The lawyer who handled your husband's bankruptcy might be a good person to talk to if you haven't done so already.
Second, if you believe that your mortgage has been paid in full and the lender refuses to record a satisfaction with the county recorder's office, you may rights under the federal Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (“RESPA”), 12 U.S.C. §§ 2601, et seq., and/or the Pennsylvania Mortgage Satisfaction Act, 21 P.S. § 721 et seq. (“MSA”). Under the MSA, a mortgage servicer is required to record a satisfaction piece within 60 days of the payment-in-full of the mortgage loan and its receipt of the borrower’s first written request to record a satisfaction piece. Failure to do so may result in a penalty in amount up to the original loan amount.
Although you may already have made a written request that the lender or loan servicer record a satisfaction document, be aware that the MSA requires that such requests be made in the precise form prescribed by the MSA, as amended in 2012. The notice to satisfy shall be in substantially the following form:
NOTICE TO RECORD MORTGAGE SATISFACTION PIECE TO AVOID PENALTY
Date of notice:
To the mortgagee named below:
The party issuing this notice believes that the mortgagee of the mortgage described below has received full satisfaction and payment of all amounts secured by the mortgage, including any applicable satisfaction fee, and that, where applicable, the mortgagee has been instructed in writing, effective as of the date and time of receipt of the mortgage payoff figure, to close and decline any further advances on any open line of credit which was secured by the affected mortgage. The party issuing this notice hereby requests that the mortgagee issue and present for recording a satisfaction piece concerning the mortgage or provide a satisfactory reason why the mortgage should not be satisfied to the party issuing this notice. If you do not comply with this notice, you may be liable for penalties and costs in accordance with the act of December 9, 2002 (P.L.1530, No. 197), known as the Mortgage Satisfaction Act, or the party issuing this notice may be able to satisfy the mortgage without your consent.
Name of mortgagor:
Name of mortgagee:
Name of last assignee:
Date of mortgage:
Amount of mortgage: $
Recorded in __________ County, Pennsylvania, in Book ___,
Page ___/instrument number ___.
Brief description of premises covered by mortgage:
Mortgagee loan number (if known):
Name of party presenting this notice:
Address of party presenting this notice:
Telephone number of party presenting this notice:
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I'm involved in a class action suit but afraid the attorneys aren't being truthful with settlement amount.
Settlement of a class action is public. Indeed, notice of a settlement must be provided to the members of the settlement class. Moreover, such settlements must be reviewed by the court, which will conduct a fairness hearing before giving a settlement final approval.See question
A supplier of services appears to be defrauding its customers. The potential number of plaintiffs is at lease several dozen, however, the amount of damages and number of other victims is unknown at the moment.
There is no need to survey potential class members. A class action lawsuit can be commenced by a single person (or entity) who has legal standing to bring suit against the particular defendant. In order to meet the numerosity requirement of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(a), courts typically hold that 40 class members is sufficient, however, some courts have ruled that an even lower number would be enough.
What you cannot do is bring a class action as a pro se plaintiff -- you must retain a law firm that has experience handling class action lawsuits. You can use this website to locate such lawyers.See question
SENT PAPER WORK TO REALTOR AND BANK AND ONE SAYS SENT OTHER SAYS NEVER RECEIVED-HOUSE BEEN ON MKT OVER A YEAR JUST WANT TO LOWER PRICE THIS COULD HELP SELL
As my colleagues state, the bank is under no obligation to do a short sale. As an example, I have clients who had four signed agreements of sale with four different buyers over a period of roughly three years, and every time the sale failed to close because the bank didn't provide approval in time.
There are other strategies for defending against foreclosure in Pennsylvania. You should immediately meet with an attorney in the Philadelphia / Montgomery County area who specializes in defending foreclosures so that you can learn about your options.See question
Purchased a 2 fam house (2 separate deeds) at County Judicial Sale 2014. Condition unlivable. Invested in renovations. Mortgage foreclosure was filed 2 years later naming us a defendant and personally liable for defaulting on a note that we never...
You must retain an experienced foreclosure defense attorney for this matter. The bank will be represented by experienced lawyers in this case. You are at risk of losing these properties and your investment in renovations. Defending against a foreclosure is like any other lawsuit -- it is not a do-it-yourself project.See question
I was giving a 100,000 dollar mortgage with no job witch was a 1000 dollars a month witch I paid on time for seven years and then I began running in to trouble and had a payment that was 78 dollars short they sent my payment back to me and started...
As my colleagues stated, you would have been better served by consulting a foreclosure defense lawyer at a much earlier stage of the foreclosure case -- preferably as soon as you were served with the foreclosure complaint. At this point, there is probably very little that can be done. However, you should consult with an experienced foreclosure lawyer to find out whether you have any legal recourse against the bank.See question