Consumer Class Action And Mass Torts

Consumer class action litigation is a complex and demanding practice area. A class action is a civil action involving many plaintiffs against one or a few defendants. Class action involves litigation on behalf of a group of individuals who share common injuries and damages that resulted from the same source. Some examples of a class action are customers who bought merchandise with false and misleading labels, customers who overpaid for items, or employees subjected to discrimination.

One Person Can Make a Difference

We’ve always believed that one person can make a difference in the world- that your story matters even if you’re a lone voice against a big company or a giant corporation. At Heninger Garrison Davis, every attorney understands the significance of your experience. We remain dedicated to helping you and your family achieve justice and get back to life. We’re available to answer your questions, listen to your concerns and guide you through the ins-and-outs of your case as you determine what to do next.
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Class Action is one of the few areas of legal practice which requires a great deal of financial backing. Handling multi-plaintiff claims requires a team of numerous mass torts attorneys, paralegals, and a large support staff. Heninger Garrison Davis has the financial strength, knowledge base, and extensive resources needed to sustain lengthy and complicated mass tort claims.

How Do Class Action Lawsuits Work?

You may have received a postcard in the mail at some point, letting you know that you are part of a potential class action lawsuit. Or, perhaps you have heard about large multimillion-dollar lawsuits that forced corporations to pay heavy judgments for various types of wrongdoing, such as consumer fraud, junk fees, defective products, recalled products, car / truck defects, and so forth.

Current list of consumer class action and mass tort claims


At this time, there is not additional information to share. The update from September 18, 2018 below remains the most current. Still accepting new clients.


On September 12, counsel for all parties attended the hearing with Judge Marks.  Judge Marks informed the parties that she was reviewing the pending motions, including Plaintiffs’ motion for class certification and Allstate’s motion for summary judgment.  She disposed of several ancillary motions and indicated that she has placed our case in her queue and will expeditiously review and resolve the class certification and summary judgment motions.  At this time, we have no expectation as to when the motions will be heard or resolved.


At this time there is no additional information to share.  The update from September 18, 2018 remains the most current.  Accepting clients.

According to our investigation, in July of 2013, Allstate Insurance Company notified many of its retirees that it would cease paying for retiree life insurance benefits, effective January 1, 2016. The retirees trusted Allstate to follow through on its promise of lifetime life insurance benefits, they relied on that promise, and they have planned their retirement accordingly.

Most notably, many retirees chose not to purchase their own fixed-cost life insurance at a younger age when such insurance was more reasonably priced. These retirees cannot find life insurance today at reasonable rates and may be forced out of their coverage as a result.

If you have received such a notification, or Allstate has stopped paying your retiree life insurance benefits, and would like a free evaluation of your legal options, then please contact Taylor Bartlett at 205-301-6115 or 1-800-241-9779.

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Heninger Garrison Davis, LLC recently filed two cases against CNH Industrial America, LLC (Case) in Arkansas and Georgia for our farmer clients who were promised that their Case Cotton Pickers were well built machines.  Our current clients inform us that they owned multiple year model Case IH Cotton Pickers that were defective.  They claim that Case and its dealers made multiple unsubstantiated promises about the performance and characteristics of the Case Pickers.  Our clients feel that they were deceived into buying these Case Pickers and have suffered substantial losses – both in terms of money and reputation.

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On November 18, 2015, our team of Daily Fantasy Sports lawyers filed a federal lawsuit against daily fantasy sports websites DraftKings and FanDuel seeking the money lost by our clients. In many states, including Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina and Tennessee, gambling debts are unenforceable and a person can file a private civil lawsuit to recover any losses sustained through gambling that is not done through a state approved lottery. Anyone who has lost money to either DraftKings or FanDuel could get their money back if gambling is illegal in their state.

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There’s growing fear that vaping is becoming the next generation’s version of smoking, a concern supported by a 2017 CDC study which found high schoolers and middle schoolers use e-cigarettes more often than regular ones.

Heninger Garrison Davis is currently looking for new smokers – or very infrequent smokers – who may have experienced certain medical issues after using JUUL products.

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The Heninger Garrison Davis, LLC law firm is actively litigating cases against Macy’s for its clients who were affected by Macy’s data breach.  They have filed a case in New Jersey, Maroldi v. Macy’s Inc. et al., 2:18-cv-12190-JMV-JBC, and are co-counsel in a case in Alabama entitled Carroll v. Macy’s Inc. et al.  If you have been affected by the Macy’s data breach in any way, please contact us for a free discussion of your legal options.

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3M’s Combat Arms Earplugs™ issued to millions of service members allegedly have a dangerous design defect that allows the user to be exposed to dangerous levels of sound and cause hearing damage. As a result of the defective design, the Combat Arms Earplugs™ will subtly loosen while being worn. This loosening allowed dangerous levels of sound to enter the ear canal and cause hearing damage and loss.

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Heninger Garrison Davis’ investigation has revealed that Solomon and other law firms suing former students and alleged co-signers are filing state lawsuits to collect alleged debts for which they are unable to produce the alleged underlying loan documents when requested, apparently did not have the alleged underlying loan documents in their possession at the time they filed lawsuits, and did not review those loan documents before filing their lawsuits, which is a violation of the legal and ethical requirements to which law firms are held. 

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HGD is no longer taking new clients for the Nissan Faulty-Transmission lawsuit as of December 2018.

Alabama and Florida residents and business owners suing Nissan North America Inc. over transmission problems in thousands of its vehicles. The Suit alleges the car maker shouldn’t be allowed to duck their breach of warranty claims.

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Roundup is a broad-spectrum systemic herbicide and crop desiccant used to kill weeds, especially annual broadleaf weeds and grasses that compete with crops. We are investigating cases where individuals have used the popular product Roundup and were diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL).

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There is evidence that women that have used a talcum powder product, e.g. Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder, Shower 2 Shower, have a higher incidence of developing ovarian cancer. We are looking at these types of cases.


Attorneys from Heninger Garrison Davis, LLC’s class action and intellectual property group filed a class action complaint against the United States and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for damages to Christy, Inc. and a class of other patent holders whose property was taken by the USPTO without compensation in violation of the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution.

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On December 5, 2018, HGD filed a lawsuit on behalf of a former student who obtained three degrees from Virginia College.  Our plaintiff alleges that current students who have paid tuition to VIRGINIA COLLEGE and Education Corporation of America have no chance of obtaining any degrees from VIRGINIA COLLEGE or Education Corporation of America and thus their tuition payments paid to date provided them no benefit.

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Even if you feel you are not ready to file a suit, consult one of our qualified lawyers as soon as possible so that you will know your options. We do not charge any fees upfront. In fact, we will only charge attorney’s fees if we obtain a financial settlement for you. If you don’t win, we won’t get paid a legal fee. 

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