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Representing Mass Torts in Fayetteville, AR

Northwest Arkansas Mass Tort Lawyers

The term “tort” refers to one person or entity inflicting civil harm, such as an injury in a car accident, upon another individual. A mass tort case involves one entity, usually a business or manufacturer, who has inflicted civil harm upon a large group of people. When enough people are hurt by a common defendant, our laws permit one law firm or even groups of attorneys to represent several plaintiffs who have been harmed in similar ways.

Filing a mass tort is a long and complex process that requires a competent attorney who is experienced at representing this type of case to be successful. Our legal team at Deacon Law Firm have 60 years of combined experience and can offer you our knowledge and resources. The Fayetteville, AR personal injury attorneys at our firm use mass tort litigation to ensure that our clients receive the full compensation they need to cover their economic and non-economic damages, both past and present.

  • Common examples of mass tort claims we may take on include cases involving:
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Defective products
  • Contamination of crops
  • Breast implants
  • Artificial hips, knees
  • Medical implants and devices
  • Herbal supplements
  • Automotive recalls

Speak to a Lawyer About Your Case

If you have been injured by a prescription drug, surgical device, medical implant, or other product, there is a good chance you’re not alone. When you’re injured and scared, thinking about taking on a huge corporation can feel like a hopeless task. With the right legal team on your side, you don’t have to do it alone.

Reach out to a Fayetteville, AR mass tort lawyer about your case today. We know how to stand up against negligent corporations and have built our entire practice on obtaining phenomenal results for our clients.

Contact Deacon Law Firm today at 479-582-5353 to set up a free initial evaluation discuss your case.