The attorneys at Rose•Walker protect the interests of consumers who otherwise might not have an avenue for recourse by working to establish and secure certification in significant class-action cases.
Often, one complaint against a business, medical professional or real estate entity will reveal hundreds or thousands of similar complaints. The class-action attorneys at Rose•Walker carefully review the evidence to make sure all the criteria are met:
- Numerosity: Have the defendant’s actions harmed enough consumers that it would be impractical to try each case individually?
- Commonality: Do the cases all share the same legal claim?
- Typicality: Do the named plaintiffs represent a legal claim that is typical of all others in the class?
- Adequacy: Will the law firm and named plaintiffs be able to represent the interest of the entire class?
Once all criteria are established for the creation of a class, we will help establish who will be the named plaintiff and represent the entire class until a satisfactory outcome is achieved.
To learn more about our experience in class action matters, we invite you to contact the firm here.