San Diego Class Action Investigation Lawyer
Our California Class Action Attorneys Can Fight for You
At Frantz Law Group, we believe that large companies and corporations should not be allowed to get away with harming the consumers they serve. Our firm strives to hold these companies accountable when their negligent or unlawful actions result in financial harm, bodily injury, or even death. We represent large groups of individuals in what are known as class action lawsuits.
Often, class action investigations are the most effective way to recover fair compensation after you or a loved one was harmed by a defective product, unfair practice, or other negligent action. At Frantz Law Group, our California class action attorneys can fight for you. We are currently investigating multiple actions that affect individuals throughout the United States.
Learn more about what our firm can do for you—contact us online or at (855) 930-2626 today.
Uber Shortchange Investigation
Users of the popular rideshare app, Uber, have alleged that the company’s “upfront” pricing feature scams customers. The feature, which offers users a preview of the total cost of their ride before they confirm the booking, reflects a price based on a longer (and therefore more expensive) route that is less efficient than the one used to calculate the user’s fare via the driver’s app. A recent lawsuit filed against Uber claims that this is intended to “charge the rider a higher fare and pay the driver a lower fare.”
Dodge RAM Diesel Emissions Cover-Up & Fraud Investigation
Owners of Dodge RAM vehicles have filed a class action lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler and Cummins Inc. that alleges the automobile companies knew of a defect that led to high diesel emission levels in Dodge RAM trucks. The defect, which can cost anywhere from $3,000 - $5,000 to fix, is said to cause the catalytic converter to wear out faster, requiring repairs after the warranty for the vehicle in question has expired.
The lawsuit alleges that the two companies conspired to mislead the public by concealing the true emissions levels, which are also noncompliant with national pollution laws. Vehicles outfitted with Cummins diesel engines that are affected by the defect include: Dodge RAM 2500 and Dodge RAM 3500, from 2007 -2010 (2WD and 4WD), and from 2011 – 2012 (non-SCR systems, 2WD, and 4WD).
If you are affected by the above class action investigations in California or throughout the U.S., call our firm today at (855) 930-2626 to learn more about your consumer rights.