Class action lawsuits play an important role in holding manufacturers and major corporations accountable for producing and selling products that cause harm to consumers. They allow a large number of people who have suffered similar harm from the same product to join forces in suing another entity. These types of cases help level the playing field between everyday consumers and large corporations with millions of dollars and unlimited resources.
The class action lawyers at Lynch Law Firm have decades of experience handling these types of cases and have the resources necessary to bring a strong claim against a negligent manufacturer. If you have been a victim of a bad product, do not hesitate to contact our class action lawyers for a free, no obligation consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis and do not charge any legal fees unless you receive compensation.
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Types of Class Action Lawsuits
Class action lawsuits can occur in a variety of industries and can include both physical and financial harm to consumers.
In many situations, class actions form when a group of consumers suffer similar physical harm from a defective product, drug or medical device. Other times, consumers suffer financial harm from corporations that use deceptive marketing practices to defraud consumers.
The class action lawyers at Lynch Law Firm are experienced in handling a wide variety of cases. We are currently investigating and pursuing a number of cases, including:
Defective Medical Devices
If you have been harmed by any of these products, you may be entitled to join a class action lawsuit and seek compensation for the damages you have suffered. Contact our class action lawyers today for a free consultation to determine your legal options.
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Helping Your Voice Be Heard
One of the greatest advantages of class action lawsuits is that they hold corporations accountable for the harm they cause to consumers.
It is often difficult for one individual to have his or her case heard against a large and powerful corporation. However, combining a number of similar lawsuits into one legal action helps level the playing field between innocent consumers and large corporations.
By combining cases and resources, class action lawsuits provide consumers a better chance at taking on corporations backed by unlimited resources and large legal teams that are solely dedicated to defending the company’s best interests.
With our team of class action lawyers on your side, you can trust that we will always put your best interests first and that we will do everything we can to help you get the justice and compensation you deserve.
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Mass Tort Litigation
In some situations, it is in your best interest to maintain your own lawsuit instead of joining a class action lawsuit. One way to do this is through mass tort litigation. These types of cases are similar to class actions in that they both involve a large group of people who have suffered similar harm from the same product or fraudulent action.
However, mass tort litigation is different in that each affected individual maintains his or her own case. In a class action lawsuit, all of the lawsuits are combined together and the entire class is represented by one individual or small group.
Class action lawsuits typically involve defective products and consumer fraud, while mass tort litigation often includes defective medical devices and dangerous drugs.
Our team of class action lawyers are experienced in handling both types of cases and can help you determine which option is best for your situation.
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Contact Our Class Action Lawyers Today
If your or someone you love has been harmed by a defective product, you deserve to have your voice heard. Contact our attorneys today for a free, no obligation consultation with our experienced legal team to learn more about how we can help you get the compensation you deserve.
At Lynch Law Firm, we charge no upfront costs or legal fees, so you owe us nothing unless you receive compensation first. Contact us today to get started on your fight for justice.