Nagel Rice Files Class Action Against TD Bank Over Penny Arcade Machines

By Greg Kohn

Nagel Rice has filed a nationwide class action against TD Bank over their Penny Arcades, the popular coin-counting service available at TD Bank.  The suit was filed last week and states that coins were inaccurately counted and customers were short-changed when using the machines. The suit also states that TD Bank officials knew or should have known about the problem.  Bruce Nagel says that he estimates that thousands of people were affected by this case.  The Penny Arcades process about 3 billion coins each year.

If you have used the Penny Arcades and feel that you have been short-changed, please contact Robert Solomon by clicking here.

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The attorneys at Nagel Rice, LLP represent clients throughout New York and New Jersey in a wide range of matters including personal injury, automobile accidents, brain injuries, medical malpractice, business litigation, and class action cases.

About the Author
Greg Kohn is a partner at Nagel Rice and specializes in complex civil litigation cases, including professional malpractice, personal injury, class actions, wrongful death, products liability, and commercial litigation.  He has extensive experience representing clients in both state and federal court. Greg has tried many jury trials to verdict and has recovered over $50 million in settlements and verdicts in all types of personal injury matters including automobile accidents, wrongful death cases, slip and falls, and other catastrophic injury cases. Greg also handles medical malpractice cases, involving misdiagnoses, wrongful birth, and delayed cancer diagnosis. If you have questions regarding this article, you can contact Greg here.