NBC Miami covers the new federal suit against Porsche, shedding light on an illegal trade-in practice. Cox is being represented by Miami-based attorneys Ronald Weil and Mark Schweikert. Read the full NBC6 Man Claims Paperwork Cost Him Money in Auto Lease story. Learn more about the new federal suit against Porsche.
CBS Miami recently interviewed Joaquin Padillas of South Florida who couldn’t live any longer with the flooring that covered the stairs, bedroom and den of his home. Padillas watched a 60 Minutes report on a type of laminated flooring sold at Lumber Liquidators -where he bought his flooring. After learning more about the potential toxic levels […]
Weil Quaranta, P.A. of Miami and Los Angeles and Babbitt and Johnson of West Palm Beach Florida have filed a federal class action suit against Lumber Liquidators for selling Chinese-made laminated wood floors containing dangerous levels of toxic formaldehyde. Read the full press release here. The suit was filed after a television report on “60 Minutes” was […]
According to cease and desist letters sent by the New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman four major retailers (GNC, Target, Walgreens and Walmart) have been selling herbal supplements that failed to contain the principal ingredients identified on the label. According to the report, the following supplements were found to contain either no trace of the following […]
John M. Quaranta, trial lawyer at Weil Quaranta P.A., was quoted in a February 20th, 2015 article in regards to the growing number of lawsuits filed against the marketers of herbal/nutritional supplements. The article “Statistics Show Significant Rise in Federal Complaints Against Makers of Nutritional Supplements,” discusses the increase in complaints due to claims that natural substances can provide […]
Rock Hill Herald Online covered Weil Quaranta‘s recent news about their Federal class action lawsuit against Nissan North America, Inc. that was filed on December 15th, 2014. The suit filed by WQ alleges that when the 2013-2014 Nissan Pathfinder vehicles are “on acceleration from 15 to 30 mph, the vehicles are subjected to unexpected shaking […]