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What’s Really in General Mills’ Bag of Trix?

Synergy Settlement Services proudly supports the AAJ and the protection of the civil justice system. As the AAJ recently told its membership in a “Take Justice Back” e-blast, General Mills, the owner of product staples including Trix, Cheerios, Betty Crocker, and Pillsbury, has quietly updated its terms of service to include a forced arbitration clause that eliminates its customers’ rights.

Forced arbitration clauses allow corporations like General Mills to deprive customers of their day in court in a process that funnels them into an un-American dispute mill without any ability to appeal.

You can help by taking action now. Write to Congress to urge them to protect their constituents from the unfair and abusive practice of forced arbitration.

Thank you for taking the time to take a stand!

Synergy is a team of legal and financial professionals heavily invested in supporting trial lawyer organizations such as the AAJ as well as Public Justice given our deep belief in the civil justice system. We are passionate about making sure clients transition from litigation to life whether that means putting more money in their pockets by successfully negotiating liens, protecting their public benefits or safeguarding their financial recovery. Synergy allows trial lawyers to focus on what they do best.

-The Synergy Team

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