When many people suffer a similar injury because of a related event, the best approach to obtain recovery may be in a class action or mass torts lawsuit.
Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP is a leader in many of the most significant consumer-oriented, class action and mass tort lawsuits that have been filed in the United States. Our attorneys were instrumental in representing the County of Los Angeles in its $3.3 billion settlement against Big Tobacco, which involved the Phillip Morris and R.J. Reynolds tobacco companies. Areas in which GB&W has represented clients in either class action or mass torts litigation include:
- Welding Rods
- Workplace Discrimination
Currently, we are representing a class of clients injured while using welding rods. Victims suffer Parkinson disease-like symptoms triggered by the inhalation of manganese fumes emitted by the rods. Investigation is ongoing into the long-term health implications from exposure to welding fumes. GB&W also represents clients who have suffered complications from taking the arthritis drug Vioxx, including an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, blood clots and other cardiovascular related health problems. [MORE]
Just as a class action suit derives its power from numbers, so does Greene Broillet & Wheeler's mass tort practice.
Our previous achievements in representing plaintiffs in complex consumer mass actions include successful outcomes involving Asbestos, L-Tryptophan and Fen-Phen.
The Firm has gained the specialized knowledge and financial strength to mount a successful legal challenge against entire industries that have harmed the public.
We offer class action and mass tort clients access to our industry experts, a track record of superb litigation coordination and a proprietary team of investigative specialists dedicated to gathering the evidence of an industry's deliberate wide-scale injury to consumers.
Greene Broillet & Wheeler leverages its vast trial resources to obtain the highest compensation possible for all plaintiffs represented in a mass tort or consumer class action.
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