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List of Class Action Lawsuits

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The Different Types of Class Action Lawsuits

Not all class actions are created alike. In fact, the scope of what qualifies as a class action is so broad, that creating an exhaustive list of every type of class action would be incredibly long and confusing. Instead, here is a list of more common class actions.

Defective Products

A defective product describes an unsafe product that a manufacturer exposes to the general public. They typically are manufactured in a way that makes them inherently unsafe, fail due to a design flaw, or suffer some type of problem during the manufacturing process that was undiscovered by the manufacturer. Below are some helpful links regarding defective products.

Toxic Exposure

Toxic exposure describes a poisonous substance making contact with the human body and having adverse health effects. Below are some helpful links pertaining to toxic exposure.

Unsafe Drugs

Unsafe drugs describe a substance that despite safety testing still results in sickness or worse. Below are some links that go into more detail about unsafe drugs.

Seeking Legal Advice

If you feel you have been the victim of any of the preceding, you should consider seeking legal advice immediately. Class actions are incredibly difficult, but an experienced personal injury lawyer can hlpe you navigate the legal system, protect your rights, and be made whole again.

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Last Modified: 08-25-2014 04:05 PM PDT

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