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What is a class action lawsuit?
A class action is a type of lawsuit in which the claims and rights of many people are decided in a single case. Specific plaintiffs are named in the class action lawsuit to assert the claims of the entire class so that everyone with the same complaint or injury doesn't have to file their own separate lawsuit.
What types of cases can be brought as class actions?
The typical class action complaint involves a situation where a large group of people is injured by the same conduct.
There are four primary types of class action lawsuits:
Employment class action lawsuits are typically brought on behalf of employees of a large company for claims ranging from systematic workplace discrimination to unpaid overtime.
Securities class actions are typically brought on behalf of a group of investors who have been injured as a result of a company's improper conduct, such as misstating earnings, concealing or misrepresenting risks, or otherwise engaging in activity detrimental to the company.
Product liability and personal injury class action lawsuits are generally brought when a defective product, such as a drug with harmful side effects, or "mass accident," such as a toxic spill harms many people.
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 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 consumer complaint.
If you believe you have been wronged by a company and think you may qualify to participate in a class action lawsuit, contact our class action attorneys today.