Mass Torts

A tort is a wrongful or negligent act that results in the injury of another person. A mass tort is therefore a careless, negligent or wrongful act that harms many people in a similar manner. People injured by wrongful acts may seek monetary compensation by taking legal action against those responsible in the civil courts. Mass tort claims are mostly filed to obtain financial compensation for groups of people that have been harmed by a common wrongful act.

Fierce and Considerate Representation Through The Law Offices of Oscar H Gutierrez:

Our mass torts attorneys at The Law Offices of Oscar H Gutierrez have been involved in many mass torts, including cases against the manufacturers of pharmaceuticals as well as defective medical devices. We are fully prepared and well equipped to address these issues as either an individual lawsuit or as part of a larger class action law suit.

In our many years of providing first class legal representation in the industry, we have always believed that one person’s story can make a big difference in the world and that one person’s voice matters even in the face of a tough legal dispute against a big company. We remain dedicated to helping you or your loved ones overcome any unexpected medical problem.

Our fearless mass torts injury attorney are committed to seeing you get justice for the harm done to you and others by these negligent companies. We will fight tirelessly to ensure that our law firm obtains maximum compensation for you and others because we know the kind of damage these can cause products and how your life has been negatively affected by it. If you desire to speak with one of our attorneys at The Law Offices of Oscar H Gutierrez about a mass tort case, contact us online or call (323) 999-3500 today to schedule a free consultation with any of our mass torts lawyers. During the free consultation, we will thoroughly discuss and review your case and let you know if pursuing mass torts claim against the companies would be an appropriate way to handle your legal issues.