Gibbs Law Group’s lawyers have consistently delivered results to our clients in lawsuits against the world’s largest corporations. To speak with a member of our team about any of our current cases and investigations, listed below, call toll-free (800) 254-9493 or fill out the form to the right.
On September 7, 2016, we filed a federal class action lawsuit in Arizona on behalf of individuals whose personal information was compromised in the Banner Health data breach.
Chemotherapy drug may cause permanent hair loss in breast cancer survivors
Our attorneys filed a class action on behalf of oil and gas royalty owners, alleging that Chesapeake Energy Corp. and Sandridge Energy Corp. violated antitrust laws by conspiring to rig bids and artificially depress prices.
Girard Gibbs represents third party payors, including unions and corporate health and welfare funds, in a class action lawsuit against Glaxo Smith Kline (“GSK”), seeking reimbursement of the prescription drug costs associated with Avandia.
Our client, a veteran and schizophrenia patient, was struck by a vehicle in the street outside a VA hospital after being prematurely discharged.
Genital use of Johnson's Baby Powder linked to the development of ovarian cancer
Insurers inducing small businesses to contribute money to employee beneficiary associations which was ultimately used to buy more insurance policies
A potential data breach at Wendy’s fast food restaurants may compromise customers' credit card data
Universal life insurers may have unlawfully raised fees, known as cost of insurance or mortality charges
Outlet stores may sell lower-quality versions of name-brand clothing and advertise fake discounts
Allegedly unlawful conduct by dental suppliers to eliminate competition in the dental supplies market and charge dentists artificially high prices
Violation of state laws and the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") involving failure to properly compensate employees for overtime hours worked
A massive gas leak affecting the residents of Porter Ranch was discovered emanating from the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage field.
Lawsuit investigation into the safety of self-propelled motorized skateboards that may explode or catch fire when in use or being charged.
Defective product lawsuit investigation concerning hoverboards which may explode or catch fire
Vizio collects data on customers' viewing habits, and may sell this and other personally identifiable information to third parties for profit
Our attorneys are representing type 2 diabetes patients who suffered heart failure, coronary bypass, angina (chest pain), or death while using the antidiabetic drug Onglyza.
Transmission problems in 2014 and 2015 Jeep Cherokees and 2015 Chrysler 200 vehicles may cause hesitation, stalling, uncontrollable acceleration, and rough shifting.
On October 26, 2015, Gregory Patton and Holly Mosier with Girard Gibbs attorneys Eric Gibbs, Michael Schrag, and Phyra McCandless filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the United States on behalf of Steven Cooper.
GNC Has Been Accused of Selling Dietary Supplements Containing Picamilon and BMPEA
Our attorneys are representing purchasers of hotel-condominium units at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego who allege financial losses as a result of the sellers’ failure to disclose material information.
The EPA and CARB issued notices of violation to Volkswagen after government testing showed that 10,000 3.0L diesel vehicles are equipped with defeat devices and emitting up to 9 times the legal level of NOx.
A data breach at Experian exposed the information of 15 million T-Mobile subscribers and customers.
Information, Docs, and FAQs about the Volkswagen Lawsuit
Volkswagen allegedly used a software algorithm to manipulate emissions test results with the Environmental Protection Agency and other regulators.
Risperdal and Invega are antipsychotic drugs implicated in hundreds of lawsuits for allegedly causing gynecomastia, or male breast growth.
Allegedly defective drain hoses may cause water to leak into the vehicle's interior, resulting in electronics failure and interior damage.
Excellus BlueCross and BlueShield was the target of a cyberattack in which the personal information of more than 10 million people was exposed.
Lawsuit investigation into fraudulent practices associated with the provision of force-placed insurance.
Lawsuit investigation into the legality of cancellation fees, late charges, and penalties charged to California consumers.
Lawsuits alleging certain IVC filters cause serious injuries have been coordinated into multi-district litigation in Arizona and Indiana.
Learn more about the types of permanent and retrievable inferior vena cava (IVC) filters and their manufacturers.
Removable IVC filters can cause injury when they fracture, migrate, or perforate other organs. These problems may not always cause symptoms.
Rain-X washer fluid may damage windshield washer fluid sensors and prevent them from accurately reading when the washer fluid is low.
Filters intended to stop the movement of blood clots may be life-threatening in their own right
Tiered water rates for residents tied to consumption may violate California's constitution
A redesign of the 2015 Honda CR-V allegedly resulted in severe, vigorous vehicle vibrations while at idle or low speeds that can distract drivers and cause nausea, headaches, and back pain.
Commercial lenders' attempts to collect on dischargeable education loans may be illegal
Kia panoramic sunroofs may spontaneously explode and shatter, raining glass on drivers and increasing accident risks.
Design defects in water supply hoses may result in leaks and flooding that cause billions in property damage each year.
The web- and TV-based jewelry and gem retailer allegedly deceives customers about the discount prices of its items by exaggerating their estimated retail value.
Chinese-made laminate wood flooring that contains illegal and toxic levels of formaldehyde
Nest Protect smoke detectors' repeated false alarms raise concerns about the safety of the device
Allegedly defective rotating assemblies may cause premature, catastrophic engine failure in 2011-2014 Sonatas
Defective Nissan Altima and Maxima floorboards rust, corrode, and develop holes.
Mass employee layoffs and potential WARN Act violations following Coco's Bakery and Carrows Restaurant closures
Syngenta's Agrisure Viptera GMO corn depressing U.S. corn exports to China
Leaky water supply hoses increase risks of flooding and electrical shorting in the home
Cyber-attack exposing the personal information of 80 million Anthem subscribers
Idle surging and lunging in Ford Freestyle vehicles
Vehicle hesitation when accelerating from low speeds or RPMs or from a stop, which lasts for a few seconds before the vehicle surges
Engine defect increasing oil consumption, emissions, engine damage, and risk of stalling
Defective Mazda dashboards that melt and become sticky and reflective when exposed to sunlight
Defective Toyota and Lexus dashboards that melt and become reflective when exposed to sunlight
Defective Nissan dashboards that melt and become sticky and reflective when exposed to sunlight
Defective dashboards that melt and become reflective when exposed to sunlight
Defective steering system that fails and results in uncontrollable shaking, or the Chrysler death wobble
Violation of medical privacy laws resulting from the misplacement of servers containing patient information
Data breach in 2013 affecting an estimated 2.9 million Adobe accounts
Data breach of Home Depot customers’ credit or debit card information
Scooters with defective stopping mechanisms. A nationwide settlement provided for a recall of the potentially defective scooters.
Material misrepresentations of iPod battery life. A settlement was awarded which provided for warranty extensions, battery replacements, cash payments, and store credits to class members.
Dex-Cool coolant that prematurely degrades intake manifold gaskets. A settlement was awarded granting cash reimbursements of $50-$800 to eligible GM vehicle owners.
Failure to inform Prius owners that HID headlights failed prematurely, requiring costly repairs. A settlement awarded eligible class members extended warranties and cash reimbursements for repair costs.
Intel’s misrepresentation of the Pentium 4 processor's capabilities. A settlement is awaiting final approval that will provide $15 to eligible class members and $4 million in computer products or funds to non-profits.
Defrauding consumers by offering them long-term fixed-rate loans and then more-than-doubling their loan payments. A $100 million settlement was approved on behalf of Chase customers
Plastic fuel tanks that expand and warp, impeding steering and causing cosmetic defects. A settlement provided extended warranties and repairs for cosmetic and non-cosmetic fuel tank expansion problems.
Defective rear brake pads failing prematurely and Honda’s refusal to cover repairs under warranty. A $20 million settlement was awarded to eligible class members in the form of repair reimbursements.
Wrongful denial or underpayment of claims based on failure to properly account for deductible payments
Inaccuracies in Blue Shield’s provider lists resulting in members selecting of out-of-network providers and Blue Shield denying claims