Class action suits are when an individual or small group of individuals takes legal action against others who violated their rights and those of many others. At the Crowder McGaha Firm, we represent consumers, employees, businesses, and other victims of corporate fraud and wrongdoing in a commitment to achieve justice and fairness.
The power of class action suits have the to shape how corporations treat and interact with consumers and deter illegal actions in the future.
Crowder McGaha, LLP also helps individual consumers take legal action as necessary. Only when a case affects many other individuals and has the potential to help shape the way consumers are treated does Crowder McGaha, LLP pursue class actions. Our firm help mores than just one individual and seek justice and fair treatment for consumers.
Class Actions in Arkansas and Nationwide
During our initial consultation, we listen to details of each clients’ case to understand when a class action might be the best path forward. Not every case meets the legal requirements to become a class action.
Class actions are typically used when a corporation has violated consumer rights or produced a product or service that causes harm to consumers. After understanding the facts of the case, we strive to help our clients decide the best path forward and if they would like to pursue a class action.
Class actions require a team of attorneys experienced in managing complex class actions with thousands of members in the class. Find out more about our attorneys and their class action experience.
Current Class Action Cases
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