Class Action

A class action lawsuit seeks to join a large number of people together who have been suffered a similar loss. There is a large variety of claims that may be filed as a class action. The following types of cases are common types of class action cases.

  • Defective products
  • Breach of warranty claims
  • Consumer fraud claims
  • Breach of insurance agreements
  • Privacy violations arising out of data breaches
  • Violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
  • Violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
  • Consumer fraud
  • Financial fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Conduct that is considered an unfair or deceptive trade practice under applicable state law
  • False advertising

One advantage of a class action lawsuit is that it aggregates claims that may be too small to be brought by a single claimant. In a class action, the entire class shares in the cost of the action. Also, the attorney fee for the plaintiff class’s counsel is paid on a contingency basis. Therefore, there is no advance fee that the class members have to pay in order to bring their claims.

In Georgia, a class action may be filed in state court or in federal court. If you have questions about a class action, please call The Parrish Law Firm at 404-891-0141.

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    The Parrish Law Firm handles a variety of civil cases in state and federal courts. The following is a listing of the cases handled by The Parrish Law Firm.