Experienced Lexington Class Action Attorneys
Our experienced Lexington class action attorneys represent consumers, employees, small businesses, shareholders and people like you in class action lawsuits against insurance companies, businesses and other entities that have committed fraud, denied claims, sold dangerous products or committed other wrongs against a group or “class” of individuals. A Lexington class action lawyer represents clients in class action lawsuits when individual lawsuits may not make sense economically, but the claims have similar legal and factual issues. Class actions can level the playing field, enabling the “little guys” to band together against the big insurance companies, manufacturers, banks, and big business to achieve justice in both state and federal courts.
You Are Not Alone, Many People Have Similar Claims
Chances are, if a big business or insurance company has harmed you in some way, many people like you have been harmed as well. That alone does not mean that you have viable class action, but it only takes a short phone call with one of our experienced Kentucky class action attorneys to find out. Give us a call today or request a free case evaluation. We’ll take the time to listen to you and evaluate your situation. There is never a charge for a case evaluation so, give us a call now.
What Are Some Examples of Class Action Lawsuits
A class action could be for just about anything providing a class can be defined and certified by the court. The most common types of class action lawsuits are:
- Employee wage and benefit claims
- Age, race or sex discrimination claims
- Consumer fraud claims
- Securities fraud and investor claims
- Antitrust or unfair competition
- Intellectual property claims
- Advertising claims
- Defective or dangerous product claims
Class Action Representative Cases
Minneapolis Firefighters’ Relief Association v. Medtronic, Inc. – $85 million settlement.
- Represented lead plaintiffs in a securities fraud class action concerning disclosures related to the promotion of one of Medtronic’s products for “off-label” use. See Minneapolis Firefighters’ Relief Ass’n v. Medtronic, Inc., 278 F.R.D. 454 (D. Minn. 2011).
In re SunPower Securities Litigation – $19.7 million settlement.
- Represented lead plaintiffs in securities fraud class action concerning disclosures related to SunPower’s accounting. See In re Sunpower Secs. Litig., 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 152920 (N.D. Cal. 2011).
In re SemGroup Energy Partners, L.P. Securities Litigation – settlement consisting of $22.8 million cash and securities valued at $5.2 million.
- Represented lead plaintiff in a securities fraud class action concerning the business and financial condition of SemGroup Energy Partners, L.P. See In re SemGroup Energy Partners, L.P., 729 F. Supp. 2d 1276 (N.D. Okla. 2010).
What Is Class Action Litigation?
A class action lawsuit is a type of litigation where many parties have been harmed or damaged in similar ways by the same person or business and they join to seek justice. An experienced class action attorney will often represent classes of people in wage and hour law claims, employee benefits cases, defective products, faulty medical devices or harmful prescription drugs, consumer fraud and other similar cases. The court must certify the group of people as a class before it can proceed beyond the initial phases of class action litigation. Class action lawsuits may be filed in either state or federal court depending on the nature of the case and where the parties are located.
Why File a Class Action Lawsuit?
Class actions are often good for everyone involved. Adjudicating multiple claims that are similar at the same time conserves the court’s resources. Class action lawsuits can also reduce the cost of litigation and may enable a group of people with small claims to seek justice when alone it would not make economic sense to file a lawsuit. A class action lawsuit may allow parties with small claims to recover losses that would not have been possible outside of a class action.
Strength, Resources and Experience
As a class member, you do not pay any out of pocket attorney’s fees. All the attorney’s fees for class action attorneys are paid from the award or settlement in the case. This means that the class action attorney that you hire must have the strength and financial resources to cover the costs of litigation. Our experienced Lexington class action lawyers are backed by the financial resources to take on even the most complex class action litigation.
Speak to a Class Action Attorney
It would be difficult to determine if you have a viable class action case without an experienced Lexington class action attorney. We encourage you to give us a call today or submit a request for a free case evaluation. We will take a close look at your situation and offer our opinion on if you should proceed. There may be other class actions out there for you to join with or you may be the first. Either way, a case evaluation is a fast, free way to out. Give us a today.