The class-action started in the United States and is still predominantly a U.S. phenomenon, but Canada, as well as several European nations with civil law, have made developments in recent years to allow customer associations to bring claims on behalf of customers.
Advocates of class actions state that they offer several advantages because they aggregate many individualized interests into one representational lawsuit. They can improve the performance of the legal method, and decrease the costs of prosecution.
Class action litigation provides a mechanism for individuals to pursue legal actions against larger forces that are in violation of the law to achieve what could not be possible as a single unit.
Claim Central has an outstanding track report in bringing results on behalf of people affected by the same crime enabling them to secure considerable monetary and equitable relief.
We, alongside Newton Law, have resolved class action cases based on violations of federal anti-discrimination laws and claims arising out of environmental disasters, inside the tens of millions of dollars, and class actions carried against large fraudulent corporations within the financial Industry have brought resolutions to those who sought help.