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Class Action Lawsuits in Texas

Over Three Decades of Legal Experience

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There is strength in numbers. A group of people that have suffered the same or similar injuries can collectively file one lawsuit — this is known as a class action. Individuals who are discouraged from filing suit because of the low monetary value of their claim should consider a class action suit, which combines multiple small claims into one large sum. Class action lawsuits are often appropriate in antitrust, consumer fraud, personal injury, products liability, and other cases involving a large number of plaintiffs (those bringing suit.) 

A few plaintiffs may file a claim on behalf of all members of the class and petition a judge for class status, which may be granted if:

  • The number of class members makes it impractical for all to join in the suit
  • The class members’ claims share common questions of law or fact
  • The claims or defenses are typical of those for the rest of the class
  • The proposed class representatives will adequately protect the interests of the entire class
  • Common questions of law or fact predominate over questions affecting only individuals
  • A class action would be superior to other methods of litigating the case

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At Hilliard Law, our experienced attorneys have been providing clients with dedicated and tenacious representation since 1985. We know how to fight for you. 

If we take your case, we will work on a contingent fee basis, which means you don’t pay us unless we win.

Call us at (866) 927-3420 or fill out our contact form for a free consultation.

Real Results ReaL Justice

  • $50
    Million Settlement*
    Class Action

    Mr. Hilliard was the lead class counsel in Haese v. H&R Block, a class action lawsuit involving every Texan who received a rapid refund from H&R Block (approx. 300,000 plaintiffs). He assisted other class counsel in forcing H&R Block to disclose it received kickbacks for arranging loans between its tax preparation clients and predatory lenders.

  • $20
    Million Settlement
    Property Damage

    On the eve of the arbitration hearing, Hilliard Law attorneys obtained a $20 Million settlement on behalf of Nueces County, Texas for property damage that occurred as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

  • $13.5
    Million Verdict
    Predatory Lending

    In 2005, Mr. Hilliard represented multiple plaintiffs in litigation with Ocwen Loan Services, LLC (formerly Ocwen Federal Savings Bank) on allegations of predatory lending. Mr. Hilliard tried two cases which resulted in combined verdicts of $13.5 million.

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