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Class Action Lawsuits

A class action is a civil court procedure under which one party, or a group of parties, may sue as representatives of a larger class. Class actions in Federal Court are governed Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23.

Class actions allow attorneys to vindicate the rights of a large group where no individual party has sufficient economic incentive to bring suit on his/her own.

Oftentimes, these cases involve automobile defects, hidden credit card or telecommunications charges, drug/pharmaceutical drug overpricing, defective pharmaceutical drugs, insurance fraud and securities fraud.

The experts at Personal Injury Relief have handled dozens of class actions and assisted clients in vindicating their rights.

If you have suffered an injury, you may not be alone. Call our experts at (888) 89-INJURY to learn more about your rights.

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