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Class Action Lawsuit Attorney

Class Action attorneys fighting for those injured in Alabama and Nationwide

Class Action Litigation

At Penn and Seaborn, our attorneys play a pivotal role in shaping the outcome of class action and mass tort lawsuits across the country. In a class action lawsuit, a large number of people who have suffered similar harm join together to sue another entity, usually a company or organization. These cases may involve consumer fraud or defective products. With mass tort litigation, each plaintiff, even though hundreds or thousands of people may have been affected, retains his or her own individual lawsuit. Mass tort litigation typically involves defective medical devices and dangerous drugs.

How Can a Class Action Attorney Help?

While your case is pending, our lawyers will be able to navigate the complicated legal system and work with you to ensure your rights are protected . Our commitment is to obtain the maximum verdict or settlement possible. When you trust your case to our team, you can be confident knowing your best interests are our top priority.

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Our Personal Injury Attorneys Get Results

We believe that every case is an important one and that every client deserves personal attention, compassion and an attorney who will fight for your rights. No matter the extent of the injuries or the type of accident that you have been injured in, do not hesitate to get the involvement of an Alabama personal injury attorney from our firm. Contact us today.

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Never a Fee

Schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case. Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means that our clients owe no attorney’s fees and will not be required to pay any costs until a recovery is obtained for the client in the case.

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