Victims of workplace discrimination or harassment in California may be able to join a class action lawsuit by contacting the law firm representing the class and becoming certified.
If you are wondering how to join a class action lawsuit, here are a few things you should know.
In this article, the California class action lawyers at Workplace Rights Law Group go over the details on how to join a class action lawsuit in California. If you have questions, please contact us today.
What Is a Class Action Lawsuit?
Employment law class actions are a type of lawsuit that involve a group of employees who have suffered similar harm by their employer.
Essentially, it is a civil lawsuit that allows employees to join and sue a defendant in a single claim.
Class action suits are common when the award amount per person is not enough to merit an individual case, but the alleged illegal practice impacted many people.
How to Join a Class Action Lawsuit
First, you must locate an employment lawsuit in California in which you believe you have a claim. You can find employment class actions through advertisements, your workplace, or by searching online.
Because participation in a class action suit depends on court approval or “certification,” once you find an appropriate lawsuit, you should contact the law firm representing the class.
They will determine if you are eligible to join.
Workplace Rights Law Group Can Answer Your Class Action Questions
At Workplace Rights Law Group, our mission is to level the playing field by providing Southern California employees with the same amount of experience, attention to detail, and individualized treatment that the biggest law firms offer their wealthiest corporate clients.
Every one of our clients deserves that same specialized kind of attention and treatment, and our compassionate advocates aim to put our nearly 75 years of combined experience to work to achieve it.
If your employer harmed you, and you’re interested in joining a class action or pursuing compensation, call us today at 818-237-4116.
We offer free case reviews and are here to help you achieve the justice you deserve.