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Posted: July 31, 2013
A class action lawsuit will be filed by a Lead Plaintiff, the party (or parties) who represent all members of the action. The Lead Plaintiff in a class action lawsuit initiates action by contacting an attorney who will assess the case, potentially involve various consultants and experts to conduct an investigation, and determine if the case is eligible for class action litigation. If the attorney determines that a class action suit is appropriate, he will file the appropriate papers with the court to begin your suit.
If you believe you have reason to file a class action lawsuit, please call 312-726-4162 today to schedule a free consultation with one of the experienced Chicago lawyers at Markoff Leinberger.
Joining a Class Action Lawsuit
Once a class action lawsuit is filed, you will be notified of your potential membership in the class via mail, e-mail, internet, or media campaigns. If you believe you should be a part of a legal action and have not been notified, one of our Chicago class action lawyers would be happy to meet with you for free to discuss your claim.
If you have questions about filing or joining a class action lawsuit, please contact Markoff Leinberger today to schedule a free consultation with one of our Chicago class action lawyers.