Class Action Lawyers
- 40 Years of Experience
- Over $3 Billion Won for Our Clients
- Thousands of Lives Changed
Having served as lead counsel, co-counsel and in other leadership positions for a number of class action lawsuits, the class action lawyers at Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC are experienced in handling complex cases involving injuries from dangerous products. As dedicated advocates for consumer rights, we have the resources needed to help you recover the compensation you deserve.
Schedule a free, no obligation consultation with our team today if you have been injured or lost a loved one because of a defective product, medical device or dangerous drug. We work on a contingency fee basis and charge no fees unless you obtain compensation.
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What is a Class Action Lawsuit?
Through a class action lawsuit, a small number of victims represent a larger group of individuals who have suffered similar harm from the same product, combining hundreds or potentially thousands of lawsuits into a single legal action.
Class action lawsuits can help ensure all victims’ voices are heard against large manufacturers with significant financial and legal resources that can easily eliminate individual claims.
Our nationally respected class action lawyers have decades of experience representing individuals throughout the country who have been harmed because large corporations placed profit ahead of consumer safety. We are experienced in holding these companies accountable for the harm they cause.
Types of Available Compensation
The class action lawyers at Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC have recovered millions on behalf of class action participants and are currently working to bring justice to hundreds more. Although the specifics of each case determines the types of compensation available, we have helped recover compensation for:
- Economic loss
- Litigation costs
- Personal injury
In some cases, the outcome of a class action lawsuit can change the way a company does business or produces or sells products. This is extremely important in preventing future harm to additional consumers.
Decades of Experience
With decades of experience fighting for the rights of patients and consumers, our attorneys have handled a variety of class action lawsuits.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires manufacturers submit new drugs to rigorous testing before they are offered to the public. Despite strict regulation of the industry, drugs with dangerous side effects regularly make it onto the market, causing serious harm to innocent patients.
When manufacturers fail to warn about potential side effects or produce a drug that is especially dangerous, they can be held accountable for any resulting injuries or death.
Some of the dangerous drugs we are currently pursuing cases against or investigating include:
Medical Device Liability
Manufacturers of medical devices are also liable for harm caused by their products. Sometimes, these products contain design flaws, were not tested adequately, or were marketed to doctors and patients for uses other than those approved by the FDA. Examples of medical devices we are currently investigating include:
Class Action Lawyers Committed to Results
Class action lawsuits are an important avenue for leveling the playing field against large corporations that often place profit ahead of safety. Our team of accomplished class action lawyers has the skill and resources needed to take on these corporations in order to get justice for consumers throughout the country.
We are dedicated to fighting for the rights of consumers and patients and will do everything we can to help ensure negligent and careless corporations are held accountable for the harm they cause.
If you have been injured because of any of these products, or any others not listed here, do not hesitate to contact Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC for a free, no-obligation consultation to determine if you have a case or are entitled to join a class action lawsuit.
We offer our services with no upfront fees and do not charge any costs unless you receive compensation.