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Consumer Class Action Lawsuits

A class action permits a single person or entity to bring suit on behalf of all persons that were subject to a common business practice, product or injury.

Class actions also open the doors of justice to claimants who might have suffered small but significant injury that would not ordinarily be brought as a single lawsuit because of the economics of the case. By prosecuting the claims of all persons who suffered an injury, it becomes financially viable to address a common course of wrongful conduct.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a class action take to settle or resolve?

The typical resolution takes approximately two years from the date of filing of the complaint.

What kind of recovery can I expect?

Until the litigation is well under way it is impossible to determine what the recovery, whether by settlement or following judgment at trial, might be possible. Typically a settlement consists of a payment of cash but may include other remedies.

If I have information or would like to discuss a case, what should I do?

If you believe that you have information about a case or potential case, call (800) 382-7969 or send us an email and an attorney will contact you.