Mass tort claims are filed by numerous people who have been injured by
the same defective or dangerous product. It is a civil lawsuit that is
commonly filed against a manufacturer, pharmaceutical company, or other
party who marketed and sold harmful products. If you were injured by a
defective or dangerous device, and there are several others who have also
suffered injuries from the same product, you may be able to file a mass
Unlike class action lawsuits, which combine all individual claims into
one and divide the settlement evenly, mass tort lawsuits allow each individual
to file a separate claim to receive compensation. This is typically due
to the fact that each person may have suffered different injuries from
the same product, and that they should be able to receive different amounts
The injured parties are allowed to combine evidence, as well as other information
and resources in the pre-trial phase. This speeds up the process and helps
each person receive a fair amount of compensation in a timely manner.
In essence, mass tort lawsuits are several lawsuits filed against the
same company for injuries caused by one of its products.
They commonly apply to:
- Dangerous drugs or pharmaceuticals
- Dangerously designed or defective consumer products
- Dangerous or defective medical devices
Furthermore, mass tort lawsuits allow injured clients to obtain more compensation
than they would receive in class action lawsuits. They will be able to
obtain individual settlements that meet their specific financial needs,
instead of having to share a settlement with other clients.
Compassionate Legal Assistance in South Carolina
At Christian & Davis LLC, we represent those who have suffered injuries
due to the negligence or carelessness of others. Whatever your situation,
we can discuss your options and help determine if you are eligible for
a mass tort lawsuit. Our team of
Greenville mass tort claim attorneys has helped many clients obtain successful settlements in mass tort claims,
and we will personally walk you through the process.
Contact our firm
today to schedule a free, confidential consultation.