What is a Class Action Lawsuit?
- Class action lawsuits involve a plaintiff who represents a group of individuals with a common injury.
- The plaintiff’s injury is typical of those suffered by many others, making it a case on behalf of a larger class of people.
- The strength of a class action lies in the common harm experienced by multiple individuals.
- Motivated plaintiffs seeking redress for others contribute to the effectiveness of class actions.
- Some individuals are driven by a sense of justice to create broader positive changes through class action cases.