Helping Clients And Attorneys With Class Actions
Many class actions and multi-district cases are heard in Ohio. Attorneys from around the country converge on our state to protect the rights of individuals victimized by a bad product or transaction. At Clark, Perdue & List, in Columbus, Ohio, our class-action attorneys can serve as primary counsel, or as local or liaison counsel.
If you are a consumer with a claim that may seem small, but may affect large numbers of people, such as all the customers of a bank or all the customers of a cellular carrier, the matter may be appropriate for a class action. Contact a Columbus class-action lawyer online or call 614-469-1400 or toll free at 800-647-7003 for a free consultation.
We Can Be Your Local Counsel For Class-Action Litigation
A class-action claim can involve hundreds and thousands of individuals. You need more than an attorney with a basic understanding of consumer litigation. Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, is a well-known name that many clients and peer law firms have come to trust.
At Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, we can partner with other law firms in litigating mass tort litigation. Having a trusted liaison gives them the peace of mind that their clients are in good hands. In the end, we all share the same goal, regardless of our affiliation or location. We hold unethical individuals and businesses accountable.
Highly Skilled Ohio Complex Consumer Litigation Lawyers
If you are looking for aggressive legal representation in Ohio, we can help. Some of the benefits of working with Clark, Perdue & List include the following:
- If we take your case, you can be assured that we have more than 32 years of experience and knowledge to apply to your case.
- We will not hesitate to bring a lawsuit on behalf of plaintiffs and have significant experience doing so.
- Due to our size, we are nimble, efficient, and progressive — allowing us to immediately respond to your legal needs.
- We offer contingent fee and hybrid fee options for clients who may not be in a financial position to pursue litigation on their own.
Contact An Experienced Ohio Class Action Attorney
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