Class Actions

Although often misunderstood, a class action is a lawsuit brought by one or more individuals on behalf of a larger group or class of individuals who have similar claims. The purpose of a class action lawsuit is to allow individuals to hold companies accountable for claims that if brought individually, may not be worth that individuals time or expense. By filing a class action, these individuals can hold corporate defends accountable on a larger scale and obtain relief for themselves and others who are similarly situated.

Patrick Marshall Law is well versed in handling class actions and has the experience to take on even the largest corporate defendants. Before starting Patrick Marshall Law, Patrick was fortunate to work for one of the most prestigious Plaintiff focused class action firms in the Southeast. Through excellent mentorship, Patrick gained the knowledge necessary to handle these often-complex matters.  This knowledge has allowed Patrick to recover millions of dollars on behalf of his clients in state and federal courts around the country.

Class Action Lawsuits can often include consumers who were misled or deceived by companies with respect to issues such as product safety or efficacy, small businesses or individuals who are charged excessive and unlawful fees for various services, consumers who pay artificially inflated prices for products caused by price fixing agreements or other anti-competitive conduct, among other claims. 

Contact Patrick today if you believe you may have a class action claim. Sometimes even the smallest issues can be of great significance and talking with an experienced class action attorney can help you determine whether you have legal recourse.