Class action suits prove,
time and again, that’s there’s
power in numbers.

Beazer Homes 

Our firm, along with Co-Counsel, represents individuals in North Carolina who purchased homes from Beazer U.S.A. using the corporation’s allegedly fraudulent and deceptive home-buying schemes. The action alleges that Beazer improperly induced individuals to purchase its homes by offering them unlawful Down Payment Assistance, which allowed Beazer to directly “gift” the federally mandated 3% down-payment cost to low-income borrowers who could otherwise not afford to buy homes. Unbeknownst to the homebuyers, plaintiffs allege that Beazer was providing no gift at all, and was, in reality, unlawfully increasing the overall price of its homes to offset the cost of the down payment assistance, thereby leaving its purchasers with overpriced homes that are susceptible to foreclosure. 

Insurance Premium Tax Litigation

Whitfield Bryson & Mason serves as Co-Counsel representing individuals in the Commonwealth of Kentucky who purchased insurance policies from any one of numerous insurance companies and were allegedly charged unlawful and inapplicable local government premium taxes or collection fees.

Oil & Gas Leases 

Whitfield Bryson & Mason represents landowners against various oil and gas producers for their improper deduction of certain expenses from royalty payments due to the owners of the oil and gas that the owners of the oil and gas allege should be borne by the oil and gas producers.

Mercedes-Benz Tele-Aid System

Whitfield Bryson & Mason is involved in a lawsuit on behalf of owners and lessees of Mercedes-Benz cars and SUVs equipped with the Tele-Aid system who allege that Mercedes-Benz violated consumer fraud statutes by promoting and selling the Tele-Aid system without disclosing that the system as installed would stop working in 2008 when cellular telephone companies switched from analog to digital technology.


Whitfield Bryson & Mason has filed a class action lawsuit claiming that the manufacturers of certain lawn mowers have knowingly misrepresented, and significantly overstated, the horsepower of the products sold nationwide for the past fifteen years.