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Caddell & Chapman is investigating whether reports by certain national credit reporting agencies may misleadingly identify persons as “similar” to names on the U.S. Government's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) list of Specifically Designated National and Blocked Persons. The OFAC list contains the names of persons believed by the federal government to be terrorists, drug traffickers, and money launderers. Persons and businesses in the United States are prohibited from dealing with individuals on the …

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Tue, Mar 03, 2015
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Caddell & Chapman is investigating claims that the backseat seat belts in 2008-2015 Toyota RAV4 SUVs are unsafe. These seat belts are designed so that the rear middle seat seatbelt and the seatbelt for the passenger sitting behind the driver overlap. This design makes it unsafe to carry 3 passengers, or use 3 child seats or booster seats, in the rear seat. Consumers who purchased this vehicle may have claims against Toyota for defective design …

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Thu, Jan 22, 2015
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Caddell & Chapman is investigating potential cases where insurance companies might have underpaid insureds on claims involving damage to their homes or businesses.

If you submitted a claim to your insurance company after suffering damage to your home or business, you probably received a document from your insurance company setting forth an estimate of what it would cost to repair the property. These estimates are usually produced with a standard software program which lists various …

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Wed, Feb 22, 2012
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Caddell & Chapman is investigating allegations that certain insurance companies (including Farmers, Allstate, State Farm, and others) have improperly failed to pay certain plumber costs following a leak in polybutylene (PB) plumbing systems. Experts believe that PB pipe is not suitable for home plumbing systems and that, if a system develops leaks, the PB pipe must be completely replaced with new pipe and fittings. Some insurance companies, however, refuse to pay the full cost of …

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Mon, Feb 22, 2010
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