Class Action Law Suit
A large corporation’s negative actions can cause harm to the consumers and small businesses it deals with. When a corporation breaks its contract with a small company; when its fees have become unreasonable; when it hurts unsuspecting customers; a lot of people may be harmed. If there are a considerable number of victims involved, then a class action lawsuit may be filed against the corporation.
A small business class or a consumer class action lawsuit commonly has the following grounds:
- Charging illegal fees by adding hidden charges that are prohibited by law.
- Committing fraud by purposefully violating the promises made to customers or small companies.
- Committing breach of contract by not fulfilling its written promises. To illustrate: an insurance company states in a contract the rate to be charged, and then it suddenly makes a rate hike for premiums.
- Committing statutory violation by breaking state or federal consumer protection laws.
Jami S. Oliver, a leading class action law suit attorney, powerfully represents victimized consumers and small businesses.
If you have been victimized by a large corporation, call Oliver Law Office now at (614) 220-9100 to schedule a consultation.