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Class Actions

Class Actions Lawyer Toronto, GTA, Ontario

Toronto Class Actions Lawyer

Class actions are appropriate when a group of people have similar potential claims. What may be too small a claim, if pursued by one person, may be a very large claim if pursued by a group of people. There is almost no claim that is too small if it can be the start of a class action.

Examples of successful class actions are:

  • Webb v. K-Mart
    Employees were not given adequate termination notice or pay in lieu of notice.
  • Mangan v. Inco
    Plant’s release of sulfur dioxide caused mild symptoms.
  • Garland v. Consumers Gas
    Consumers Gas charged consumers excessive late fees.
  • Gagne v. Silcorp
    Convenience store terminated its employees without offering adequate severance pay.
  • Dabbs v. Sun Life Assurance
    Sun Life charged policy holders premiums beyond the forecasted offset date.
  • Shell Canada settlement
    Shell used a fuel additive that damaged the fuel pump and sensors of some cars.
  • Robert Campbell v. W.C.I Canada
    W.C.I. manufactured dryers that were defective.
  • Munro v. Bausch & Lomb
    The same contact lenses were sold in different packaging for different prices, allegedly violating the Business Practices Act.

Hiring Tony Lafazanis is risk free. There is no legal bill to pay, if there is no settlement.

Each personal injury case is unique and requires dedication, professionalism, expertise and a personal, hands-on approach.
If you have suffered injury due to the negligence of others, Tony Lafazanis will guide you through every step of the legal process, and ensure you receive the compensation to which you are entitled.
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