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Types Of Consumer Class Actions
FDCPA Class Actions
One of the class action areas that we concentrate on is cases arising from violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. These are cases where debt collectors and/or third-party creditors violate a section/s of this act as standard part of their practice. An example of this is where the standard initial letter sent to the debtor has one or more violations in it. That would mean that all debtor recipients would be potentially part of a “class” as plaintiffs against that violating creditor.
The single purpose of a class action litigation or lawsuit is to give the average person a chance to take on some of the biggest private companies and corporations in the world; giving the individual person a chance to address any wrongs done by any of these major entities.
You should not attempt to handle this sort of case on your own, without the help of an experienced attorney. The process can be overwhelming and extremely frustrating, but class action lawsuits give the average person the opportunity to hold these companies accountable, by grouping together hundreds or sometimes even thousands of people, within one lawsuit. This gives the legal case a higher level of credibility, and demands that the defendant pay attention.
For some victims involved in class action litigation or lawsuits, this is the only meaningful way for them to address fraud, widespread discrimination, or other similar legal violations. You can look at cases of class action lawsuits against major car companies and major tobacco companies, in the past, and understand how class action litigation can help.
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Andrew Heidarpour is a member of the DC Bar, and founding attorney of Heidarpour Law Firm, PLLC. While in law school, Mr. Heidarpour interned at multiple law firms, focusing on contract and Healthcare Law. Mr. Heidarpour also conducted over 150 pro bono hours at the Employment Compensation Appeals Board, in the U.S. Department of Labor, located in Washington, D.C., under the supervision and direction of then acting Chief Judge, where he evaluated and studied the validity and viability of claims submitted for Appeal.
Mr. Heidarpour, has worked with a network of highly experienced attorneys, to bring about the highest quality legal work to each client, every day.
Mr. Heidarpour holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Legal Studies, from the University of Central Oklahoma, as well as a Juris Doctorate degree, from Arizona Summit Law School.
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