Alabama Class Action Lawyers
A class action lawsuit is a lawsuit brought by a large group of people before a court. Grouping people who are injured, defrauded, or otherwise harmed by a product, service, or pharmaceutical drug can help improve efficiency and lowering the legal costs of a lawsuit. This ideally helps victims win compensation in a timelier manner.
To learn more about your options, contact the law offices of Cory Watson Attorneys today at 1-877-562-0000 or fill out the "Free Case Evaluation" form located to the right—it's free to send and we only get paid if we win your case.
Solutions for You
The goal of a class action lawsuit is to find a solution to the problem as issued by a judge and help those who were harmed by compensating for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Examples of well-known class actions include lawsuits against:
- big tobacco
- manufacturers of defective breast implants
- asbestos litigation
- Nissan Pathfinder defective transmissions
A Record of Success
Cory Watson Attorneys has been at the forefront of major class actions over the years, such as those against oil companies for contaminated gasoline and against General Motors for using an unsafe coolant in 34 million cars. In addition, we have handled class actions involving UBS tax shelters in which investors paid millions in fees and transactions costs, ultimately resulting in investors being defrauded.
Our Alabama injury law firm continues to lead the national charge in many class action lawsuits across the country. We are highly motivated and experienced and have recovered more than $1 billion for our clients.
When you’ve been injured as a result of a defective product, pharmaceutical drug, or dangerous medical device, it’s easy to get the help you need—the Birmingham class action lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys are ready to fight for you. Pick up the phone and call us at 1-877-562-0000 or fill out our free initial consultation form.
As a leading national injury law firm, we serve clients throughout the country as well as locally, including:
and Walker counties.
It takes just minutes to fill out the brief form and the initial conversation is free.