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You May Get a Share of Money From Kimpton Hotels Data Breach Settlement

You may be eligible for your share — up to $10,000.00 — of $600,000.00 from a class action settlement which was reached in mediation if you are a resident of the United States of America who used a credit card or debit card between Tuesday, February 16, 2016 and July 7, 2016 at 62 locations of what was then known as Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group, LLC…

…but you must…

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You May Get a Share of Money From Sonic Drive-In Settlement

You may be eligible for your share of $4,325,000.00 from a class action settlement which was reached in mediation if you are a resident of the United States of America who purchased anything at one of the 325 impacted Sonic Drive-In locations using a credit card or debit card between Friday, April 7, 2017 and Saturday, October 28, 2017…

…but you must…

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You May Get a Share of Money From Ginger Ale Settlement

You may be eligible for your share of $11,200,000.00 from a class action settlement which was reached in mediation if you had purchased Canada Dry ginger ale products between Tuesday, January 1, 2013 and Wednesday, December 19, 2018…

…but you must electronically submit your claim with a valid claim no later than…

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You May Get a Share of Money From Asia Oceania Airline Ticket Settlement

You may be eligible for your share of $49,000,000.00 from a class action settlement which was reached in litigation if you were incorrectly charged by Air New Zealand Limited, China Airlines, Limited, EVA Airways Corporation, and Philippine Airlines pertaining to the pricing of tickets for transpacific flight segments originating in the United States to Asia, Australia, New Zealand, or the Pacific Islands between Saturday, January 1, 2000 and Thursday, December 1, 2016…

…but you must…

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You May Get a Share of Money From Domestic Airline Ticket Settlement

You may be eligible for a refund from a class action settlement which was reached in litigation if you purchased a ticket for a domestic flight within the United States, its territories and the District of Columbia from either American Airlines between Friday, July 1, 2011 and Thursday, June 14, 2018; or Southwest Airlines between Friday, July 1, 2011 and Wednesday, December 20, 2017.

This case alleges that…

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TSA Agents Immune From Being Sued Regarding Allegations of Abuse

When Nadine Pellegrino was arrested in 2006 after a physical confrontation with agents of the Transportation Security Administration at Philadelphia International Airport, she probably had no idea that the outcome of her situation would result in a divided panel of three judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Philadelphia ruling on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 that agents of the Transportation Security Administration who operate security checkpoints at airports nationwide cannot be sued over allegations of abuse by passengers.

Pellegrino and her husband Harry Waldman were on their way traveling home to Florida with…

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Are Claims in Class Action Lawsuits Unethical If Claimant Suffered No Damages?

Class action lawsuits affect all industries — including airlines, the receiving of calls as the result of telemarketing of cruise companies, and other aspects of travel. They are usually formed when a person believes that he or she has been wronged by a company; and attorneys find that other consumers underwent a similar experience. In a class action lawsuit, one of the parties is a group of people who are represented collectively by a member of that group…

…but what happens more often than not when…

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Class Action Lawsuit Against British Airways “An Enormous Victory For Frequent Flier Travelers”?

If you have ever attempted to redeemed frequent flier loyalty program miles for a transoceanic flight — especially when traveling to the United States — you might have noticed that a fee is added along with the taxes. That fee was originally introduced as a fuel surcharge when prices for fuel skyrocketed years ago for a number of reasons — but as fuel prices had since subsided in recent years, the fuel surcharge was conveniently renamed as a carrier-imposed surcharge, which is basically a way for the airlines to arbitrarily charge you extra simply because they can.

The marketing departments of airlines constantly tout about how valuable are their frequent flier loyalty program miles with which you can travel all over the world…

…but when the carrier-imposed surcharge — which…

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