New Jersey Class Action Lawyers
Class action lawsuits are serious and involve complex legal issues that require expert representation. Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman, conveniently located in New Jersey, has extensive experience handling class action lawsuits against major corporations. Our lawyers have been certified as lead class counsel in numerous major class actions and our experience ranges from lawsuits concerning defective products to lawsuits against health insurance carriers that have failed to make proper payments. We are committed to protecting the interests of groups who have been wronged by large corporations.
Our lawyers handle class action lawsuits in New Jersey as well as national lawsuits across the United States including baby food heavy metal contamination cases. Some of our successful cases include an $80 million class action settlement against Volkswagen and Audi, a $38.5 million dollar nationwide class action settlement against Honda and Acura, and a landmark $39 million settlement on behalf of 30,000 physicians against the largest HMO in New Jersey. In our representation of these important cases, we commit every necessary resource to developing and litigating the claims to ensure the maximum possible recovery for the class. Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
We work directly with the named plaintiff who is filing the case to protect the rights of individuals within the class. Our team of class action lawyers specialize in representing consumers, employees, shareholders, and investors who have been injured, harmed, or treated unfairly by any corporation.
NJ Class Action Lawsuits
At Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman, we offer aggressive legal representation and we excel in tackling complex lawsuits for product liability, price-fixing, fraud, racketeering, discrimination, and all other unlawful activities.
If you believe that you have a claim that is appropriate for class action representation, please contact Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman. We will contact you within twenty-four hours to discuss your case.