Mass Tort

A mass tort is a single tort that results in injury to many victims, and therefore involves numerous plaintiffs suing one defendant (or several defendants) who acted negligently. In most mass tort cases, the various individual plaintiffs must be suing based on harms cased by a single common product. Two of the most frequent mass tort claims are:

• Consumer product claims: Many plaintiffs might sue together seeking compensation for injuries (or even deaths) caused by dangerous products; and

• Pharmaceutical claims: Unfortunately, even medical products such as drugs—both prescribed by a doctor and over-the-counter—intended to help you can be dangerous or deadly.

At Karger & Associates, our team of experienced attorneys and support staff offers clients a depth of knowledge and wealth of resources which few firms can match. Our clients know that they can rely on us to take on any and all parties responsible for their injuries — whether that party is a private individual or a powerful multinational corporation. In addition , the lawyers and staff at Vantis Law work to honor our moral commitment to our clients and our community. Though we never underestimate the importance of recovering financially for our clients, we believe that our unwavering professionalism and strict ethical standards form stronger cornerstones for our practice than any amount of money ever could. For this reason, Karger & Associates is proud to give back to its community whenever possible.
Negligence, recklessness, and corporate misconduct are the things that threaten the safety of people throughout the United States. These things must be met at every turn with integrity, perseverance, and respect for the law, and at Karger & Associates that is what we have done — and what we continue to do.

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