A New Jersey family is part of a class action lawsuit against Kiddie Kollage daycare. An article on Philly.com states that after attending the daycare, their children have shown health problems as well as behavioral problems that may be linked to high levels of mercury vapors. Mercury vapors can cause many serious health issues including brain, CNS, and kidney ailments.
Parents who are looking at daycare centers for their children would be well advised to check with local governments to ensure that the facilities where you leave your children are properly licensed and accredited.
It is common for groups of people who have all been exposed to the same toxin because of the same event to bring legal claims as a group in order to seek compensation for wrongful toxic exposure. Cherry Fieger & Marciano, LLP represent consumers, injured persons and small business claims in class action lawsuits with the intention of receiving monetary or other damage claims within the Federal and Pennsylvania State court systems.
The purpose of a class action suit is to allow a group of individuals with like grievances against one company or other entity instead of dozens of similar cases tying up the courts. The results may apply to not only the claims of those individuals but the claims of the entire group as well.
When the actions of a company present a result or results harmful to a group, a class action lawsuit may begin to develop. Class action suits have been brought against companies that take part in injurious practices including offering deceptive data to sell goods or services including inconsistent charges by banks, insurance providers, and credit card or mortgage companies.
If you are currently a member of a class action suit at the Federal level or within the State of Pennsylvania, contact a Philadelphia class action lawyer at Cherry Fieger & Marciano, LLP, for assistance in assessment of your case.