Class Action Lawsuits

Class Action Lawyer

Class action lawsuits are the collective action taken by a group upon companies when these entities are exploiting the economic power of average people.

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Our Class Action Lawyer Approach

Small actions can have a big impact, and we want to hold large corporations accountable as much as you do. Financial compensation for those most affected is important, but class action lawsuits are often bigger than that. The outcomes of these cases change how large entities operate. Large-scale, wide-sweeping effects often follow class action lawsuits.

Types of Class Action Lawsuits

Civil Rights

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Civil rights class action lawsuits must prove a pattern or practice of discrimination, specfically systemic discrimiantion. Past class action lawsuits with the largest social impact have shown system issues with employment, housing, insurance, and credit. Winning these lawsuits helps remedy civil rights violations.

Environment

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Environmental class action lawsuits are incited when damage to the environment or biohazard exposure affects a community. The trouble in these cases lies in identifying a precise common harm suffered, and then settling who is liable for it. These cases require scientists and tech professionals to work alongside attorneys.

Employment

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Individual disputes between an employee and employer are one thing, but employer violations affecting a business’ entire workforce is much more serious. These lawsuits are brought on behalf of the employees, and typically concern violations of labor laws, wage laws, working condition safety, and discrimination.

Product Defects

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Product defect class action lawsuits originate from the release of a defective product into the marketplace. When the product causes injuries or unexpected side effects, consumers may seek compensation for the cost of the product as well as any damages incurred. Winning lawsuits results in not only financial repayment, but large-scale recalls of the product.

Class Action Lawyer FAQs

Q1.

Does joining a class action lawsuit cost me anything?

Attorneys assigned to class action lawsuits work on a contingency basis, which means that no money is needed up front. Once the case is won and damages are recovered, the attorney takes a portion as reparation for their time leading up to the positive outcome.

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How do class action lawsuits get started?

Class action lawsuits are started when a group all has the same experience with the defendant or their product. Groups may be any size, but tend to include at least 30 people. They file a lawsuit together, and proceed with charges following a judge-issued certification of class action lawsuit.

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What are the advantages to joining a class action lawsuit?

One advantage to joining a class action lawsuit is that the lawsuit is more cost-effective and efficient in comparison with each individual person filing alone. In addition, class action lawsuits get justice for the people affected. Large-scale changes to either the products or entire companies ultimately better society.

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What can I win in a class action lawsuit?

After the attorney takes their portion of the winnings, the leftover money is distributed amongst the plaintiffs. Settlements may be very little for those with no serious injuries, but plaintiffs that were thoroughly harmed often get more. The most important win though, is the justice and large-scale change achieved.

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