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Class Action

A class action lawsuit is a case that is filed when a group of people who have had their rights violated in a similar manner, usually by a company or a product, come together to purse one case. This is oftentimes done because each individual person that suffered harm may have minor injuries, making it inefficient to purse legal compensation through an individual claim.

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What is a Class Action Lawsuit?

A class action lawsuit is a lawsuit filed collectively by a group of people whose rights were violated in a similar manner, usually by a company or a product. Class actions are usually filed when the injuries suffered by each individual are too minor to pursue damages through individual claims.

However, even if each individual’s injuries are rather insignificant, a large group of people with similar minor injuries can make a substantial class action claim. Class action lawsuits save the court time by gathering all complaints into one, thus allowing for similar resolution and recovery for all members of the class action.

Types of Class Action Lawsuits

PARRIS class action lawyers specialize in different types of class action lawsuits, including:

Why PARRIS?

PARRIS personal injury attorneys have nearly 40 years fighting insurance companies and winning legal victories for personal injury victims. Since the firm’s founding in 1985, PARRIS lawyers have won over $3.7 Billion for clients, with a 99% success rate. Our firm has won numerous awards and is widely recognized as one of Southern California’s premier law firms.

Though we are proud of our numbers, we care more about our clients. Each PARRIS client is assigned a team of experts that carefully investigate, prepare, and argue your case until you get the compensation you deserve. When you hire PARRIS, you join our family—and we fight for our own. We won’t rest until you get your life back.

Related Cases

Class action law suits encompass various legal matters related to collective actions taken by a group of individuals who have suffered similar harm or injustice. It encompasses a wide range of cases concerning.

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