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Class Action FAQs

Class actions are lawsuits brought to protect many people who have been impacted by the same problem. For example, a class action lawsuit could be brought on behalf of everyone who:

  • Bought the same defective product,
  • Was billed for the same unauthorized charges,
  • Saw the same deceptive advertising, or
  • Worked at a company that violated employment laws.

Even though class actions often help hundreds or thousands of people, it does not take that many people to get started. Instead, class actions often begin when a single person who has been wronged steps forward.

If you are having problems with a company—whether it’s your retailer, a company you bought stock in, or even your employer—many other people may well be having the same problems. A class action suit is often a good solution in these situations because it can allow thousands of people across wide distances to all benefit from a single case.

It does not take a lot of people to begin a class action. Class action lawsuits often start when one motivated person decides to take action.

Consumers from across the country have contacted our law firm after discovering unauthorized charges on their bills or accounts. We have successfully brought numerous class action lawsuits on their behalf:

  • Best Buy/Microsoft Network Class Action Suit
  • MCI (now Verizon) Class Action Suit
  • AT&T Class Action Suit
  • Sprint Class Action Suit
  • Trilegiant Bank or Credit Card Class Action Suit

Talk with one of our class action attorneys by filling out the form to the right or by calling toll-free (800) 254-9493.

If you’ve been the victim of a fraud or a scam, it’s likely that many other people are experiencing the same problem. To report a fraud or scam, call us toll-free at (800) 254-9493 or fill out the form. At no cost to you, we will review what you send us and discuss options for how to proceed.