The attorneys of Arias Sanguinetti Stahle & Torrijos have been involved in the success of many trials and settlements including:
$49 Million – Rolnik v. AT& T Wireless Services
For billing overcharges from failure to prorate the final month of service fees.
$42 Million – Lozano v. AT&T Wireless Services, Inc.
For inadequately disclosed “out of cycle” billing policies.
$38 Million – Sterns v. AT&T Mobility Corporation
For inadequately disclosed service fees on billing statements.
$20 Million – Roark v. GTE
For telephone service overcharges.
$19 Million – Hardie v. Cal-ISO
For grid control room operators due to misclassification.
$16 Million – Woodlawn Memorial Park
For hundreds of victims of fraud and negligent operations of a cemetery.
In Excess of $15 Million – In Re: Avandia Marketing, Sales Practices and Product Liability Litigation
For hundreds of patients who took Avandia and suffered heart failure or stroke.
$15 Million – Costa v. Vitas Health Care
For off-the-clock work and meal and rest breaks that were denied to home health care workers.
In Excess of $10 Million – Gutierrez v. Honda North America, Inc.
For inadvertent deployment of side airbags on certain model years of Honda Accords.
$10 Million – Gottlieb v. SBC Communications Inc.
For ERISA violations in connection with unilateral liquidation of Air Touch Stock Fund in its employees’ 401(k) plans.
$10 Million – Becerra vs. City of Los Angeles
On behalf of a young woman who was struck by a City of Los Angeles trash truck while crossing the street.
$10 Million – Mosse v. CVS Pharmacy
For failure to pay overtime and failure to provide meal and rest breaks after misclassifying them as “exempt” employees.
$9 Million – Armendarez v. Six Flags Magic Mountain
On behalf of a class of minority visitors to the amusement park for claims of harassment and profiling based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, and physical appearance.
$8.3 Million – Paradise Memorial Park Litigation
For family members of decedents whose remains were improperly handled by a cemetery.
$8 Million – Elias v. El Pollo Loco
For payment of overtime to misclassified general and restaurant managers.
$7 Million – Williams v. Angeles Abbey Memorial Park
For families who were misled as to the final disposition of their decedents remains.
$4.5 Million – Doe Development Owners
For breach of contract for failure to comply with the terms of multiple agreements.
$3.9 Million – Behar International Counsel v. T-Mobile USA, Inc.
For failure to disclose the circumstances under which its customers would be charged international roaming charges while traveling overseas.
$3.6 Million – Stevens v. Safeway
For failure to pay hourly supermarket employees for off-the-clock work.
$3.2 Million – Thompson v. Viva America
For misrepresenting the composition and content of various vitamins and supplements to purchasers.
$2.5 Million – Harder v. Blue Cross of California
For insureds whose rates for dental programs had been improperly adjusted.
$2 Million – Mejia v. Doe Excavation Pit
For a minor who fell into an excavation pit that was not properly guarded.
$1.9 Million – Babayan v. BLS Limousine
For limousine drivers for failure to pay the gratuities given by the clients and for other wage and hour violations.
$1.6 Million – Lincoln Memorial Park Litigation
For relatives of decedents for improper and unlawful business practices carried out by a cemetery and mortuaries.
$1.6 Million – Miller v. Ruth’s Chris
For restaurant employees who were not provided meal breaks.
$1.5 Million – YMCA v. Doe Defendants
For faulty workmanship and defective construction which lead to significant water damage.
$1.48 Million – Doe Plaintiffs v. Doe Property Management Company
For hundreds of tenants for uninhabitable conditions at a large apartment complex.
$1.25 Million – Scott v. Snell
For defendants’ failure to pay fair consideration to the minority shareholders in connection with a going private transaction.
In Excess of $1 Million – Allen v. Ralphs Grocery Company
For hundreds of Ralph’s customers who were denied awards under a marketing promotion.
In Excess of $1 Million – Brown v. Various Retailers
For class members who were subjected to employment law violations by their employer.
In Excess of $1 Million – Alvarez v. The May Department Stores Company
For employees who were improperly classified as overtime exempt managers.