Firm exploring class-action lawsuit against Suddenlink
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A law firm up in Washington state is seeking feedback from Suddenlink customers as the attorneys are apparently investigating the possibility of filing a class-action lawsuit against the company.
According to this form from the Hattis & Lukacs law firm in the Seattle metropolitan area, which according to their website is led by Daniel M. Hattis, the lawyers are looking into Suddenlink’s allegedly bogus fees and surcharges as well as a failure to make good on their Price For Life promotions.
Suddenlink customers in the Emerald Triangle have been reaching out in the hopes of participating, according to this Reddit post.
An inquiry to the firm about how much interest the investigation has garnered and if they think this is a strong case has not yet been returned. We’ll update this post when we hear back.
Suddenlink is a subsidiary of Altice USA, which is headquartered in New York.
Are you bummed about allegedly bogus fees and false promises? You can at least vent via the form above.
This story and several others are summarized in the episode below.
*Disclaimer* This episode’s summary of a recent triple-murder will be hard to hear for some…
Also, an expert’s take on the difficulty of obtaining a primary doctor in Humboldt County, a class-action investigation of Suddenlink, a new rock album with Eureka ties gets international attention, Sequoia Park upgrades explained, the courthouse in Eureka is getting a mural, SpaceX lights up the sky, a Make a Wish dream comes true, a KHSU-related lawsuit, tsunami siren failures explained, a local export longs to come back, crab poachers, and more.
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