Mass Torts: Complex Cases, Big Results
Mass Torts are large, complex cases involving thousands of plaintiffs, multiple defendants, and various courts around the country. These procedural vehicles allow the New Orleans mass torts attorneys at Barrios, Kingsdorf & Casteix to help large numbers of people who have suffered damages because of the same defect or accident.
An Experienced Team That Can Take On The Big Fights
Our seasoned legal team has taken on and won all types of complex litigation, from medical devices to disasters, to toxic torts. If you or a loved one has been injured, contact us today for a free case evaluation.
Class action vs. mass torts
Most people have heard of a class action lawsuit, but not everyone is familiar with the differences between class action and mass torts litigation.
Both mass torts and class actions lawsuits arise when a large number of people suffer injuries or other damages because of a single cause, such a single defective product, a disaster, an unfair business practice, etc.
With mass torts, each plaintiff’s case is handled on an individual basis. In a class action claim, however, one or two of the injured parties will act as representatives for ALL those who suffered damages.
Common Mass Torts Cases Include:
- Consumer Products
- Medical Devices
- Toxic Torts
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Mass tort lawyer Dawn Barrios is recognized as a leading attorney in product liability mass torts. She played a role in state and national breast implant litigation in the 1990s, has been appointed to many litigation committees in mass tort cases, and was appointed Lead Plaintiff’s Counsel in multi-district litigation involving an education testing company.
Our complex litigation law firm has played an integral role in the mass torts claims involving defective Chinese drywall, GM ignition switches, Actos, Vioxx, and testosterone replacement therapy. If you or a loved one has been injured, contact us today for a free case evaluation.
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