Trusted Guidance For Complex Mass Tort Injury Cases
Injuries that arise from defective products, dangerous prescription drugs or exposure to asbestos or other toxins may cause injuries to many people. The best method to resolve these types of cases may be through a mass tort lawsuit.
Due to their size and the number of different moving parts, mass tort cases are exceedingly complicated and difficult to resolve successfully. Few law firms have the resources or knowledge needed to effectively guide injury victims through this process.
The trial lawyers at the Williams Litigation Group conduct a thorough analysis of every client’s case to determine the best course of action. Our attorneys have more than 30 years of combined experience resolving some of the most complicated, difficult and serious personal injury cases. Our relentless pursuit of justice has earned us the trust and respect of our clients and our colleague throughout Georgia.
What Are Mass Torts?
In many personal injury cases, there may only be a single plaintiff. A mass tort case involves a large number of plaintiffs who are suing one or several defendants.
Even though there are many different plaintiffs, the facts and circumstances involving every individual plaintiff are often very similar. Additionally, when one plaintiff is successful, that outcome increases the odds of a successful outcome for other plaintiffs who are a part of the mass tort.
The Advantages Of Mass Torts
Filing a single personal injury lawsuit against a negligent company is a long, costly process. Rather than investigating and litigating a case on their own, a mass tort lawsuit can make resolving these complex cases easier. In the right situation, mass torts can be a quicker, more cost-effective tool to help injury victims get the compensation they are entitled to receive for their injuries.
Trusted Attorneys Standing By Your Side
Large corporations involved in mass tort cases have tough, skilled attorneys defending their interests. You should have the same high-quality legal counsel in your corner.