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Tampa Mass Tort Attorneys

Mass Tort Lawyers

Large corporations and organizations gain our trust through the quality of the products and services they provide and, often, through the power of marketing. We build bonds with companies and encourage our friends and family to do the same. Unfortunately, when these same corporations and organizations breech that trust through their own negligence, the results can be devastating. Whether it’s the maker of defective medical implants, a pharmaceutical company producing a harmful drug or a manufacturer making faulty equipment, it takes courageous people to stand up against life-threatening injustices and a skilled legal team to support them.

The mass tort attorneys at McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliott Grimaldi & Guito, P.A. have experience in representing clients in a variety of cases involving large corporations. A mass tort is a civil lawsuit in which a number of plaintiffs sue a common defendant or group of defendants. These plaintiffs are suing to seek compensation for damages from a common cause but each case in a mass tort is handled individually. This differs from a class action lawsuit where all the plaintiffs are handled as a single entity.

Over the years, our lawyers have achieved a great deal of success for clients in a variety of cases, including those involving complex products liability and defective medical devices. We approach potential mass tort cases the way we do all cases, by sitting down with you and discussing the details of your circumstance. We then use resources from several fields, including environmental science and product engineering, among others to build the strongest case possible.

If you or a loved one’s life has been negatively impacted by the negligence of a company’s products or services, the mass tort attorneys at McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliott Grimaldi & Guito, P.A. can guide you towards a positive outcome. Contact us today at 844-511-4800.

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