Class Action Representation
A class action is a lawsuit filed on behalf of a large number of individuals or businesses who have all been similarly injured by the same person or company. Depending on the details of the case, a class action lawsuit may be filed on a nationwide or statewide basis. A class action lawsuit is an important tool used to level the playing field with powerful individuals and/or large corporations. If you feel that an unscrupulous business and/or individual has taken advantage of you and many others, contact an experienced class action attorney today.
Common Types of Class Action Suits
Common types of class action suits include those involving consumer right, insurance fraud, antitrust, securities, mortgage fraud and predatory lending. These are just some of the many reasons for which a class action suit may be filed. For more information, call Quinn, Connor, Weaver, Davies & Rouco LLP.
What Happens Next?
More often than not, a lead class representative will file the claim on behalf of every individual associated with the case. If the class action suit proves successful, the lead class representative will typically receive a monetary award for filing the suit on the others’ behalf. To learn more about each step of the class action process, speak to our experienced employment lawyer now.