Additional Investigations

GM "Cracked Dash" (Pre-Bankruptcy (July 2009))

Quantum Legal LLC appointed to Executive Committee for indirect purchasers in Effexor XR Antitrust Litigation.

Quantum Legal LLC secures summary judgment for Rosemont, Illinois in case challenging tax payments by online travel companies Expedia, Orbitz and others.

Quantum Legal LLC appointed to Plaintiffs' Executive Committee in Tropicana Orange Juice Lawsuit.

In the News: Quantum Legal LLC partner Jeff Leon talks about Human Rights lawsuits.

Quantum Legal LLC partner argues on behalf of Hungarian Holocaust victims to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit against banks and railroad.

Out of Network Health Care Expenses

Most health insurance pays 80-90% of costs for medical providers who have a contract to be in the insurer's network, and less than that (usually 50%) for charges to medical providers or medical facilities that are "outside" the network. If you, a family member or a friend had to go "out of network" for healthcare services, the insurance company (e.g., Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross) may not have reimbursed the full amount, as promised. Please let us know if you or someone you know went to an "out of network" provider or "out of network" medical facility to discuss your rights.

If you have Out of Network Health Care Expenses or information about this problem, please contact us.

MoneyGram Not Returning Sent and Uncollected Money Transfers

Quantum Legal LLC is currently investigating a case against MoneyGram for not returning money transfers sent through its system when the recipient of the money never claimed the funds. In other words, MoneyGram did not give you your money back when the money transfer did not go through.

If you have sent money through MoneyGram that was not collected, and MoneyGram never returned the money or returned the money after several years, please contact us for information about the case.

Pet owners' claims against Hartz, Sergeant's and other manufacturers of "spot on" flea and tick treatments are allowed to proceed.