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Thorough representation in your class action case.

Have you been wronged by a business or the government? Do several other individuals have the same complaint? You may be able to bring a class action suit on behalf of the group to recover compensation from those responsible.

What is a class action lawsuit?

In class action claims, a person or group of people file a lawsuit on behalf of themselves and other individuals who have been similarly wronged by a company or governmental entity.

To file a class action lawsuit, four factors must exist:

  • Numerosity: There must be enough individuals with similar claims which make singular litigation inefficient.
  • Commonality: There must be common facts in dispute or common questions of law.
  • Typicality: The claim must be of the sort that is typical to the class of people in the lawsuit.
  • Adequacy: The person or group representing the class, also known as class representatives, must be capable of adequately representing the interests of the whole class.

How we can help.

At Steelman Gaunt Crowley, our experienced trial attorneys help groups of people who have been wronged by businesses, employers, and the government. Our lawyers are equipped to file class action lawsuits throughout Missouri on a host of different complex legal issues. We represent plaintiffs in their class action cases.

At our firm, we are committed to relentlessly pursuing justice on behalf of our clients. If you and several others have similar complaints against a company, you may be able to file a class action lawsuit.

Our class action attorneys are skilled trial lawyers with more than 90 years of combined experience. We work diligently to protect our clients’ legal rights. We will be committed to your cause and hold businesses responsible for the harm they have caused your class.

We also are passionate about helping consumers seek compensation through class actions. Our law firm is committed to helping you in your legal action.

Learn more about our class action practice.

For a free initial consultation, call our law office now at (573) 341.8336 or send us an email using our contact form to meet with a compassionate and knowledgeable lawyer to discuss your case.