North Carolina Class Action Lawsuit Attorneys
30+ Years of Experience Helping Clients Throughout the Tar Heel State
Unlike traditional lawsuits, class action lawsuits represent a widespread group of individuals harmed by the same party. A class action lawsuit may represent thousands of patients who received the same defective medical device, or it might include hundreds of individuals harmed by a dangerous vehicle battery. Whatever the nature of the injury or accident, class action lawsuits aim to help large parties pursue justice and compensation as a unified group, both for the sake of ease and to secure maximum compensation.
Why Choose Us?
At Crumley Roberts, we have ample experience representing individuals and families in class action lawsuits. We know what is at stake for those wrongfully injured, and we want to use our knowledge and skill to help you get back on your feet. We have more than 30 years of experience to use towards your case, and we truly care about the wellbeing of our clients. We are active in our community and we are committed to doing what’s right for our clients and all of those throughout North Carolina.
We are currently accepting clients for the following class action lawsuits:
- Those affected by lost wages and overtime pay
- Farmers, distributors, landowners, and other workers in lawsuits against Syngenta AG for GMO corn seed
- Students and graduates who have suffered financial hardships related to attendance at Charlotte School of Law
Why File a Class Action Lawsuit?
Class action lawsuits can be much quicker than individual lawsuits, and may yield better results. If one party, like a product manufacturer or a hospital, is responsible for widespread harm, the injured parties may join together and form a singular lawsuit, a class action, through which they may pursue justice and compensation. If each injured party, or plaintiff, suffers similar losses or harm, they can divide the compensation they receive from the defendant. Depending on each person’s losses, some may receive a higher compensation than others.
In many cases, class action lawsuits are quicker than individual lawsuits and can yield more significant compensation for damages, though not always. To determine whether or not a class action lawsuit is the best route for your case, discuss your situation with our firm.
How Can Crumley Roberts Help You?
Since opening our doors in 1989, our North Carolina class action attorneys have worked diligently to help those affected by negligent and carless companies and establishments. We have represented individuals dealing with a variety of physical and financial harm due to issues of negligence, and we are here to help you, too. If you think you have cause to join a class action lawsuit, we want to hear from you.