We represent thousands of consumer and employee plaintiffs in class actions lawsuits. Class action cases can be appropriate for employees and consumers whose claims are typical of each other. Creating strength in numbers, class action lawsuits allow a group of employees and consumers to pursue their claims in a cost effective, uniform manner against large companies and holding them accountable for their violations.
Consumer Class Actions: Consumer class actions are generally brought when consumers complain about being injured by a company’s systematic and illegal practices. Examples of such consumer complaints include false advertising by retailers, illegal charges on bills, illegal penalties for late payments, and failure to comply with consumer protection laws.
While consumers often write a complaint letter to such companies, complaint letters often go unanswered, in which case you’ll want to contact a class action consumer lawyer regarding your complaint.
Product Liability/ Personal Injury class actions: Product liability and personal injury class action lawsuits are generally brought when a defective product, such as a drug with harmful side effects.
Employment class actions: Employment class action suits are typically brought on behalf of employees of a large company for claims ranging from violation of labor laws to systematic workforce discrimination. Employee class action lawsuits may be appropriate where employees have been denied overtime pay, meal breaks or rest periods, unlawful deductions for the cost associated with uniform or reimbursement of mileage or other work related expenses.
We have successfully tried many class actions. If you think that you may have a potential class action claim, let us know right away and we will review your claim, at no charge to you, to see if you might qualify for a class action lawsuit.