Class Action Lawsuits
When to pursue a class action lawsuit?
Class action lawsuits are ideal for many types of consumer law claims against lenders, debt collectors, credit bureaus, and other businesses. These cases occur when business violations affect a large group of people. Instead of filing many individual cases, a class action lawsuit seeks justice for an entire group of consumers who experienced the same type of violation.
For example, if a debt collector overcharges hundreds of consumers, or a vehicle lender engages in unlawful repossession practices, a class action lawsuit may be warranted. In almost all cases, class action lawsuits are pursued at no cost to the consumer.
Experienced Class Counsel
Flitter Milz has brought many lawsuits as class actions. These cases often involve complex consumer law issues. The types of matters considered for pursuit as class actions concern issues such as, when a consumer's vehicle has been wrongfully repossessed, a collector's unfair debt collection practices have violated a consumer's rights, or a lender's finance or leasing contract is improper. In many of Flitter Milz' matters, the courts' rulings have brought groundbreaking decisions that have benefited consumer rights nationwide. Review our list of Noteworthy Cases to see a list of class actions that have been successfully pursued by our firm.
Contact us today to evaluate whether your concern is appropriate to pursue as a class action. Hundreds of other consumers, and their attorneys, have.