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If you are part of a large group of people who have suffered harm caused by the actions of the same defendant, you may benefit from participating in a mass tort or class action lawsuit against the defendant. There are advantages to joining a class action or mass tort actions in cases involving many injured victims such as defective drugs or medical devices, defective consumer products, and aviation accidents. If you are part of a class of people who a common defendant has injured, you may be able to get justice through mass tort action, and Smith LaCien LLP can help you. Contacting the aviation accident attorneys in Chicago at Smith LaCien will help you determine if a class action case is right for you and others who may be entitled.

Why Choose A Chicago Class Action Lawyer From Smith LaCien?

  • Smith LaCien LLP is a personal injury law firm with a lengthy track record of achieving exceptional results for clients.
  • At Smith LaCien LLP, our Chicago personal injury lawyers get justice by holding negligent parties accountable and getting top-dollar compensation for accident victims.
  • We have gone against powerful insurance companies and big businesses that have caused harm due to their careless actions.
  • Our Founding Partner, Todd Smith, is co-lead counsel in a $1.55 billion multi-district partial settlement, which continues against the automobile companies who sold vehicles with defective Takata-manufactured airbags.
  • We have also secured a $93 million settlement as co-counsel with Kreindler and Kreindler, NY, on behalf of victims of an international plane crash.

We have built a reputation around the impressive outcomes achieved in groundbreaking cases against major opponents. To find out how we can help you get justice through a class action or mass tort case, contact us today at (312) 509-8900. Your initial consultation is free and, if we take you on as a client, you pay no fees unless we are successful in your case.

What is Considered a Class Action Lawsuit In Chicago?

A class action is a legal procedure that allows one or more victims to file and pursue a lawsuit on behalf of a larger group, or class, of persons. A class action lawsuit allows the courts to efficiently manage the claims of a group of people rather than dealing with them individually. A class action lawsuit does not change the rights that each party has in a lawsuit, it is just a more economical way for the victims and the court system to handle the claims.

The objective with any judicial process, including a class action lawsuit, is to be fair, impartial and equitable in all cases. For a case to proceed as a class action lawsuit, it must meet the following criteria:

  1. The number of persons in the class is so numerous that it would be impractical to have individual lawsuits;
  2. there are common questions of fact or law, which dominate any individual issues;
  3. the representative parties will fairly and adequately protect the interests of the class; and
  4. the class action is an appropriate method for the fair and efficient adjudication of the case.

Because your individual interests are protected in a class action lawsuit, you do not lose your right to seek justice against a defendant who has caused you harm. The first step is to contact a Chicago defective product lawyer to discuss your options.

Experienced Chicago Class Action Attorneys

Class action or mass tort actions are complex legal procedures that require skilled and experienced class action attorneys. The Chicago class action attorneys at Smith LaCien LLP are experienced in representing victims in class action lawsuits. We have effectively represented victims in personal injury, product liability, and aviation accident class action cases. Furthermore, our accident attorneys in Chicago will also be by your side if your lawsuit involves a motor vehicle company.

To learn more about how we can help you with a class action lawsuit, contact us by phone at (312) 509-8900 or contact us using our online form.

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