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Class Actions

Class Actions

Class Actions

Our firm has extensive experience in representing clients in class action lawsuits. We are committed to helping our clients receive the justice and compensation they deserve.

What is a Class Action?

A class action is a type of lawsuit that is filed on behalf of a group of people who have suffered similar harm or injury. Instead of each person filing their own individual lawsuit, the group joins together to bring a single lawsuit against the defendant. This can be particularly useful when the harm suffered is too small to justify an individual lawsuit or when the cost of filing a lawsuit would be too high for each individual plaintiff.

How Do Class Actions Work?

In a class action, one or more plaintiffs file a lawsuit on behalf of a larger group of people who have been similarly harmed. These plaintiffs represent everyone and must prove that the defendant(s) engaged in wrongful conduct that caused harm to all class members.

The court determines if the case meets the requirements for class certification. Once approved, then all members of the class are notified of the lawsuit. At that time, they are given the opportunity to opt-out if they wish to pursue their own individual lawsuit. If a member of the class chooses to opt-out, they will not be bound by any judgment or settlement in the class action.

If the class action is successful, awarded damages are shared among all members of the class who suffered harm. However, the amount each member receives will depend on the specific circumstances of their case.

Why Are Class Actions Important?

Class actions play an important role in ensuring that individuals have access to justice and can hold large corporations and other powerful entities accountable for their actions. They also serve to promote deterrence.  Companies are more likely to behave in a responsible manner when they know that they could face a lawsuit involving a large group of people.

In summary, class actions can also be an efficient way to resolve disputes, as they can eliminate the need for multiple individual lawsuits and streamline the legal process. Additionally, they can help to ensure that plaintiffs who may not have the resources to pursue an individual lawsuit are able to receive compensation for their losses.

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