What are Class Actions?

Class actions involve an individual or a group of individuals who represent a larger pool of people who were injured in the same way by the same product or company. We litigate these class action lawsuits in both the US and Canada.

These lawsuits are a way for people to get the justice and compensation they deserve without incurring large legal costs because they are distributed among a large group of people. Settlements reached in these kinds of lawsuits are split equally among plaintiffs. 

The class action lawsuit lawyers and attorneys at Schmidt National Law Group have been representing plaintiffs for decades. Our attorneys are helping people who were injured by some of the country’s biggest banks and corporations, including:

Class Action Lawsuit page updated on February 16, 2021.

April 28, 2020

Employers Enforcing Illegal “No-Poach” Rules Ordered to Pay Millions

$48.95 Million Dollar Settlement Reached for Underpaid Employee Lawsuit Chalk up another win for underpaid employees. A judge recently announced that a $48,950,000 settlement has been […]
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Roundup Class Action Lawsuit Canada

Monsanto & Bayer Face Class Actions in Canada Over Weedkiller Cancer Risk The maker of the popular weedkiller Roundup is facing a new class action lawsuit […]
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JUUL E-Cigarette Class Action Lawsuit Canada

Class Action Forming Against E-Cigarette Marker JUUL in Canada A class action lawsuit has been filed against the multibillion dollar e-cigarette maker JUUL Labs Inc. after […]
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Auto Insurance Underpay Class Action

Major Auto Insurers Could Owe Drivers In Unpaid Total Loss Fees The country’s most popular auto insurance companies may be underpaying drivers who totaled their cars. […]
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Loan-Mod Lenders Owe Homeowners Thousands

Banks and Lenders Who Miscalculated Home Values Overcharged Homeowners A home loan modification class action may be forming as a result of banks overcharging homeowners for […]