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Man alleges Sacramento Starbucks shop did not have accessible transaction counters

SACRAMENTO – A patron at a Starbucks in Sacramento alleges that the shop does not have accessible facilities for disabled patrons.

Consumer alleges Cavalry Portfolio Services unlawfully contacted him after revoking consent to be called

SACRAMENTO – A consumer claims a debt collector continued to contact him dispute knowing he was represented by counsel.

Galt business alleged to have defaulted on loan with First Home Bank

SACRAMENTO – A Florida banking corporation alleges an individual and business in Galt defaulted on a loan.

Consumer claims texts from Investor’s Business Daily, MarketSmith are unwanted

SACRAMENTO – A Citrus Heights consumer alleges a Los Angeles corporation and its division send unsolicited text messages.

Consumer alleges Service Corp. International misleadingly markets services

FRESNO – A Visalia woman alleges the country's largest death care services provider misleadingly markets its services.

Woman alleges she could not access The Hotel Fresno because of barriers

FRESNO – An Arizona resident confined to a wheelchair has filed suit against a Fresno hotel over allegations she could not enter it to book a room because the property is not accessible.

Consumer claims Citibank continued to call after she revoked consent to be contacted

SACRAMENTO – A consumer alleges she revoked her consent to be contacted regarding an alleged debt and the debt collector continued to call.

Consumer claims discharged debt still appears on Equifax report

SACRAMENTO – A consumer alleges a debt discharged in a bankruptcy filing is still appearing on her credit report.

Customer accuses Equifax of violating FCRA

SACRAMENTO — An customer is suing a national credit reporting company, alleging violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

Man tries again at lawsuit alleging Synthes' surgical implant was defective

A Johnson & Johnson-owned company will face another lawsuit over a defective surgical implant device used to assist in the repair of broken bones after a man has amended his lawsuit, naming the company as the defendant responsible for his injuries nearly three years after the lawsuit began.

Loan customer accuses bank of violating TCPA

SACRAMENTO — A loan customer is suing a bank, alleging violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Father blames Bakersfield police for son's death

SACRAMENTO — A father is suing a Bakersfield police officer, alleging breach of duty in causing the wrongful death of the plaintiff's son.

Farmers Group accuses competitors of trademark infringement

SACRAMENTO — The Farmers Group is suing insurance competitors, alleging trademark infringement.

Customer accuses Kohl's of violating TCPA

SACRAMENTO — A customer is suing Kohl’s Department Stores, alleging violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Customer alleges Chrysler sold defective vehicle

SACRAMENTO — A Chrysler owner is suing the manufacturer, alleging breach of implied warranty and violation of the Magnuson-Moss Act.

Consumer accuses rabbit feed producer of false advertising

SACRAMENTO — A Shasta County woman has filed a class action lawsuit against the producers of rabbit feed, alleging false advertising and unfair competition.

A California resident is suing business operators for violation of the ADA

SACRAMENTO — A disabled California man who requires a wheelchair for mobility, is suing property owners of a Chuck Wagon restaurant, alleging disability discrimination and failure to uphold Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations.

Vallejo police officer accused of violating suspect's civil rights

SACRAMENTO — A California man is suing a Vallejo police officer, alleging excessive force and violation of the plaintiff's civil rights.

California consumer accuses Capital One of violating TCPA

SACRAMENTO — A California woman is suing Capital One, alleging violation of the Rosenthal Fair Debt Collection Practices, and violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Paraplegic customer accuses Starbucks store of violating ADA

SACRAMENTO — A paraplegic man who requires a wheelchair for mobility is suing the owners of a Kettleman City Starbucks store, alleging disability discrimination, failure to uphold Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations and violation of the Unruh Civil Rights Act