We Represent Your Interests In A Mass Tort Case

Mass tort litigation is something that most people know very little about. Generally, a mass tort is a civil legal action involving numerous plaintiffs against one or several corporate defendants in a state or federal court.

Mass torts are both complex and important. Complex because cases can involve thousands or even millions of documents as well as hard-to-understand issues regarding venue and multiple defendants. Important because mass torts are an effective way to: 1) obtain needed compensation for multiple victims, and 2) as a way to effect change by holding corporations responsible for wrongdoing.

Keeping Our Client's Best Interests At The Forefront Of Mass Tort Cases Since 1996

Our Chicago-based law firm, led by founding attorney David S. Jasmer, represents clients in a broad range of personal injury law cases, including mass tort claims that affect large groups of people and communities. Cases we handle include:

  • Ground water contamination
  • Air pollution
  • Food poisoning and other forms of mass product liability injuries
  • Asbestos exposure

In addition, we handle "class action" cases against negligent manufacturers like the makers of drugs, pharmaceuticals, cars, trucks and other consumer goods.

Do you have questions regarding a mass tort/class-action lawsuit involving numerous injured plaintiffs? Call attorney David S. Jasmer at 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021.

Setting The Legal Standard In Mass Tort Cases

At The Jasmer Law Firm, we have the passion and credentials necessary to handle complex and often years-long mass tort legal claims. Our record includes:

  • Successfully handling a claim involving 2,000 plaintiffs
  • Numerous seven- and eight-figure settlement and verdicts, including a $20 million and $30 million award

If you have been injured by a large corporation, you do have rights. For a no-charge consultation, contact an experienced Chicago mass tort lawyer by calling 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021. All mass torts are handled on a contingency fee basis.