When Are Class Actions Law Suits Used?
Class action lawsuits are appropriate when the damages claimed by each plaintiff are too small for individual claims to be worthwhile. By filing a suit as a group, the plaintiffs have the resources to hire an attorney and obtain restitution. Class actions also relieve courts of the burden of hearing hundreds or thousands of small claims. Class action lawsuits are often filed against government entities, financial institutions, manufacturers, retailers, and employers. Many of the class actions that Bohren Law have handled were based on allegations of false advertising and virus outbreaks. Other class actions may allege employment practice violations and violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
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How Do Class Actions Work?
Some examples of class actions are:
Pursuing A Class Action
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