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Landskroner Grieco Merriman Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Cleveland Public Power

A class-action lawsuit was filed today in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas on behalf of more than 80,000 customers alleging that Cleveland Public Power illegally charged a hidden monthly fee on electric bills for environmental-compliance equipment that was never purchased.  “CPP had no legal right to take this money from customers.  It was…

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Cleveland Attorney Jack Landskroner Negotiates $44 Million Settlement for Los Angeles Utility Ratepayers

Cleveland attorney Jack Landskroner won a $44 million class action lawsuit settlement in August 2015 on behalf of customers of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power who were overbilled. Landskroner, a consumer rights attorney who investigated similar billing problems in Cleveland, called the deal a “home run” for customers in Los Angeles. “This…

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Premises Liability Laws Make Dog Owners Liable to Ohio Canine Attack Victims

Dogs can make wonderful companions, but can also cause death, disfigurement and serious injuries when they attack. Children are especially vulnerable to injuries from being bit by dogs. But people of all ages could be hurt or killed if they are involved in an incident with an aggressive canine. Dog owners must be aware of the…

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Landskroner Grieco Merriman, LLC, Settles Overbilling Class Action Lawsuit On Behalf Of 1.6 Million LADWP Customers

Calling it a “historic settlement,” consumer rights attorney Jack Landskroner, of Landskroner Grieco Merriman, LLC, filed a stipulation of settlement with the Los Angeles Superior Court to formally settle a landmark class action lawsuit (Antwon D. Jones vs. City of Los Angeles) brought on behalf of all Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (“LADWP”) customers. …

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Dealing with Dangerous or Defective Products in Cleveland

Product recalls are instituted by manufacturers voluntarily or may be mandatory at the behest of government agencies concerned about product safety. Recalls mean something has gone wrong with the product and there is some risk of use to consumers. Consumers should stay alert for recall notices and should stop using dangerous or defective products. If…

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Cleveland Pedestrians at Risk in Truck Collisions

Some trucking companies make responsible choices and install safety features before they are required on a national level by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regulations or by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rules. An experienced pedestrian accident lawyer knows these trucking companies not only save lives, but can also save themselves money because…

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