A Bowling Green, Kentucky, resident has filed a lawsuit against Anthem Health Plans of Kentucky, alleging that the insurance carrier is refusing to cover the prescription drug Harvoni® — an FDA-approved medication that could save his life. The Anthem decision is contrary to recommendations from the patient’s doctors. The Plaintiff is represented by Bowling Green-based Attorney Mike Breen and Covington-based Strauss Troy Attorney Ron Parry.
Strauss Troy, a leading litigation firm, continues to file individual lawsuits in both Ohio and Kentucky against Volkswagen [VOWe3.DE], alleging that the automotive manufacturer intentionally installed software in diesel vehicles designed to cheat emissions tests.
Attorney Christopher Houston, has joined the firm and will strengthen its federal and state court litigation, aviation and natural resources practice areas. Houston has significant first-chair trial experience and strives to obtain fast and efficient results for his clients, whether at trial, through motions practice, mediation, arbitration — or even avoiding the judicial process …Read More
Your employee benefit plan might be hiding a problem. The payments made by your employees for optional insurance benefits might – without your knowledge – be used to subsidize or reduce your cost for other insurance benefits. If this problem is found during an audit by the Department of Labor (“DOL”), monetary penalties could be significant.
Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been honored as 2015 Best Lawyers by Best Lawyers®.
Strauss Troy Co., LPA, has filed a civil lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline, LLC (GSK), manufacturer of the drug Zofran®, in federal court in the Southern District of Ohio.
According to a recent article from tech news site CNET.com, Facebook will face a nationwide class action lawsuit regarding its refusal to provide refunds to parents when their children made purchases on the website without permission.
Over 10 million vehicles in the United States have been recalled because of life-threatening problems with their Takata air bags. About half of the recalled vehicles are Hondas. Takata is, in part, owned by Honda.
Strauss Troy announces that Attorney Chris McDowell has joined the firm.
Mr. David Cambron, Jr., a Louisville resident and owner of a 2005 Honda Pilot, has filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that both Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (Honda) and Takata Corporation knew of the dangers relating to Takata airbags for at least a decade, yet the two manufacturing companies failed to inform the public because full disclosure would have negatively impacted the market value of Honda vehicles.