You have strength in numbers.
Class action lawsuits can provide much needed relief for groups of people who have suffered from a common course of illegal conduct that affects hundreds, thousands, or millions of people. A class action promotes efficiency and preserves resources by allowing an individual to represent a large group of people in a single action to address the wrongful conduct. In some instances, class actions seek injunctions, rather than damages, to simply put a stop to a defendant’s harmful conduct.
For more than 30 years, Goldenberg Heller & Antognoli has served as lead or co-lead counsel for plaintiffs and defendants in complex class actions in state and federal court in Illinois, Missouri, and across the country. This dual perspective ensures that our preparation and representation is comprehensive and strategic. Our attorneys have access to a myriad of resources to fully evaluate the merit and potential success of a class action lawsuit prior to accepting the case. As members of the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) Class Action Preservation Committee, our attorneys fervently follow any and all legal developments, working their way through the class action landscape to provide our clients with the most up to date knowledge and advice.
Class Action Lawyers
Our experienced attorneys are prepared to quickly and thoroughly evaluate your claim, implement proven strategies and guide your case through the complexities of class action litigationView all attorneys
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Notable Settlements & Verdicts
Obtained over $1 million in settlements for individuals injured by a pharmaceutical drug that increased the risk of cancer.