We live in a technologically advanced society. Chemical plants and oil refineries produce millions of tons of toxic material. Railroads and trucks carry these hazardous materials through our communities. As a result, we are all at risk of being victims of a technological disaster. Chemical plants and oil refineries can leak their toxic products into the surrounding neighborhoods. Railroad trains derail, spilling their hazardous cargoes. When this happens, thousands of people may be evacuated from their homes and businesses, their property may be damaged, and they may be injured by the toxic fumes.
Large insurance companies, financial institutions and public utilities have been known to illegally overcharge thousands of customers. While the amount of overcharge to each individual may be relatively small, the losses suffered by all of the customers can add up to many millions of dollars. These companies often get away with such practices because it is not feasible for one person to pursue his or her individual claim.
Class action lawsuits are a way for many people with similar claims to join together to remedy the wrongs committed by a big corporation. It is usually not practical for one person with a relatively small claim to sue an oil company or credit card company, with their armies of lawyers and large defense funds. Henry Dart has successfully prosecuted many class action lawsuits on behalf of thousands of victims of technological disasters and corporate malfeasance. We have the expertise and financial means to stand up to the big corporations to protect your rights, and the rights of all those people with similar claims to yours.
If you have been the victim of a mass disaster, or believe you have been wronged by a big corporation, and think that many more people like you have been similarly victimized, please contact us. The initial consultation is free, and we won’t charge you until your claim is settled.