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Class Action -- Find Out Whether You Qualify As A Plaintiff

          Usually when there are several plantiffs have the same legal problem, then their case is presented to the court as a single lawsuit rather than multiple. This is known as class action. A good example of a class action is a faulty product sold in the market to several people. These people can join hands and file a case against the manufacture for compensation.

          Before you join a group of people to become on the plantiffs, you first need to figure out whether you meet certain requirements. Usually when it comes to class action lawsuits, a lawyer handling this type of lawsuits is the best one to inform you whether you can file for the lawsuit or not. There are some rules that need to be followed in order for a lawsuit to be categorized as a class action lawsuit. The conditions for filing class action lawsuit are as follows:More...

 

 

 

Steps Involved In A Birth Injury Lawsuit

          For any parent, especially the mother, the birth of a child is a momentous occasion. However, due to a doctor or medical personnel's negligence, this occasion can become a nightmare. If your newly born baby has been injured due to negligence of a doctor or health care provider, it is deemed as medical practice. In such a case you will require the services of an experienced birth injury lawyer.

          The lawyer should have the necessary skills to handle this matter correctly. He or she will manage all the legal procedures on your behalf, but it maybe of great help to understand all the steps involved in a birth injury lawsuit.More...

 

 

 

Consumer Law -- Where You May Lodge A Complaint

Consumer Law -- Where You May Lodge A Complaint          Usually you will be advised to get a lawyer to help you out with your consumer protection lawsuit. However, this is easier said than done, especially if you are the sole person and the amount involved is very low. In such a situation, you should be willing to file a complaint with the right authorities.

 

          The first complaint that you need to make is to the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC has a Consumer Response Center and this is where your complaint needs to be filed. It can be done online at the FTC website. In fact, this method of filing is recommended when dealing with bureaucracy.

          In case your complaint has something to do with laws prevailing in the state, then you need to file your complaint with the Consumer Protection Division. This division works under the purview of the office of the Attorney General. After filing your complaint, an investigation will be conducted and appropriate penalty or punishment will be levied against the offending party. More...

 

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