There’s power in numbers
We have the manpower, resources, technology, and experience to handle large class actions.
When a large group of individuals has been wronged or harmed, but no one person has enough economic incentive to bring suit on his or her own, class action litigation is useful.
These kinds of cases are highly complex and often very lengthy, requiring a law firm with the financial and intellectual resources to continue to pursue a judgment throughout the process.
Whitfield, Bryson & Mason LLP is equipped to take a strong leadership role in nationwide class action suits. We have the manpower, resources, technology, and experience necessary to provide effective representation. And our class action lawyers are committed to performing the daunting amounts of preparation these high value cases demand.
The class action lawyers at Whitfield, Bryson & Mason LLP have earned an impressive reputation for providing quality representation in class action litigation throughout the country. They have represented thousands of consumers, homeowners, professionals, investors, and businesses to take on sizeable corporations, banks and government entities across the state and across the country. Call us today for a free consultation to discuss your rights.
Danger on the road can strike at any time, and it only takes the failure of a single vehicle component to put you, your passengers, and other motorists at serious risk of serious injury and/or wrongful death. Auto defect litigation can be highly complex, requiring the diligence of seasoned lawyers with superior resources and experience to help you pursue compensation.
Every day, millions of Americans take prescription medications. We trust drug manufacturers to produce safe and effective products, but the reality is pharmaceutical companies often come up quite short and choose to put profits ahead of patients. Patients often learn the drugs they have been taking to improve their health have actually caused serious damage or even death.
When you purchase an insurance policy, you expect to pay monthly premiums in return for protection of your goods and property in the event they are damaged or destroyed, protecting your family from losing everything after a disaster. Unfortunately for policyholders, insurance companies are less concerned about their customers than they are their bottom line.
Competition in the marketplace provides Americans with the best price for goods and services. However, when competitors work together, they can inflate prices, causing consumers to suffer. Federal and state antitrust laws seek to protect economic freedom and promote fair competition by prohibiting businesses from engaging in anti-competitive conduct.
Every person is entitled to certain legal rights under the United States constitution. Sometimes an individual’s rights will be infringed upon by other individuals, corporations, or law enforcement officials. When this occurs, victims might be afraid to speak up, but experienced civil rights lawyers at Whitfield, Bryson & Mason LLP can help them put a stop to the violation of their rights and obtain compensation.
Environmental & Toxic Tort
We represent individuals who have suffered damage from the discharge of toxic substances into the environment. In particular, our firm has had success litigating complex cases involving devastating groundwater contamination caused by oil refineries, transportation disasters, and leaking underground storage tanks. We can help you protect your rights.
Telephone Consumer Protection Act: TCPA
Unwanted calls and texts use up costly minutes and text message allotments specified by consumers' cellphone plans. Not only is this annoying; it's also against the law. Telemarketers and spammers can be held responsible for illegal solicitation through the Telephone Consumer Protection Act or TCPA, forcing them to pay compensation to victims of robocalls and more.
Fair Credit Reporting Act: FCRA
In today’s competitive job market, employers often rely on criminal background checks and credit reports to help decide whether to hire a candidate for an open position. These reports contain very sensitive personal information, and employers should use the utmost care in handling them. Employers often do not exercise proper care and violate federal law in the process.