Class Action

If you require information about Class Action placement, you were referred by an honored Consortium Member of WPIC. We treat such requests with the greatest of respect and shall endeavor on our own to review the information provided by your Attorney, and then do our preliminary research and advisable investigations to seek an appropriate placement.

All placement-related activity, even if extensive preparation was conducted, is free of any charge to the Consortium Member’s client that was referred to this free legal service funded entirely by voluntary means through private consortium member contributions. Unless you are a client under a specific Abrams Firm Attorney-Client Representation Agreement, you are not represented by this Firm, however, if placement is achieved, you will have the full opportunity to consult with that counsel about the case. If your losses were particularly substantial and/or the harm was highly representative of a broader class of consumers, you could potentially be asked to become a named plaintiff pursuant to a class action.

Please Note: There is no guarantee of any particular form of placement or referral, and placements are not limited to class actions, for example Financial Crimes may seek placement through Justice Departments, and Fraud-RICO claims (two or more entities in collusion to obtain monies illegally) may have component regulatory & criminal enforcement, and a class action may or may not proceed accordingly. To be clear, we cannot assure any result other than the firm’s dedication to either prep & place as directed or refer you to resources that we feel are best suited for the greater public interest and effective consumer relief.

This consumer protection networked resource can only work if you complete the request forms provided by your Attorney, who will then be advised of all developments as they occur. Promoting the Fundamental Rights of Consumers is a worthy effort. Consumers who may never meet you, may still benefit from your selfless contribution to limit future victimization for the Greater Public Interest.

Answering the Needs of Consumers identified by Consumer Protectorates from the FTC, Attorney General & Justice Departments

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