How Long Does It Take for a Mass Tort Case to Settle?

A mass tort case is a type of case that is filed against a company when multiple people have been harmed in some way by the company’s products or services. The victims are often people who purchased specific products with the belief that those products could do certain things, such as help them with an illness or improve the condition of their hair.

When these products fail to do what they were meant to and cause serious damage instead, the victims have that right to file a lawsuit against the company. When there are multiple victims involved, information is often spread on social media and on other media sources to make consumers aware of what is going on. Other consumers may then find out that what they are experiencing is due to a faulty product, which would cause them to want to get involved in the mass tort case.

While a mass tort case is often a must, those involved tend to wonder how long it is going to take to settle the case and get compensation for injuries caused by the faulty product. Although it varies from one case to the next, Kwartler Manus, LLC works hard to help clients reach a settlement within a reasonable time frame to help clients move forward after going through such serious and potentially traumatic situations.

What Factors Determine the Amount of Time It Takes to Settle?

Certain factors often play a role in the length of time it will take to reach a settlement with the company that provided faulty products to consumers and caused damages to those consumers. These factors include:

  • The number of people involved in the mass tort case
  • The extent of your injuries
  • The amount of compensation you are pursuing
  • The cooperation of the defendant
  • The type of product in question

These are only some of the factors that play a role in the length of time it is going to take to have a mass tort case settled. There are times when these cases are settled within months, but it often takes a bit longer than that. Unfortunately, some cases can take years to settle simply due to the complexity of the case.

Is There a Way to Settle at a Faster Pace?

When a victim is involved in a situation where they are injured because a product is faulty and causes harm to them, there are several steps that will need to take place during the litigation process. When the victim is hoping to settle at a faster pace and receive the compensation they are entitled to, they should make sure to follow these steps:

  • Hire an experienced Philadelphia mass tort attorney
  • Have proof of the injuries and copies of medical records for evidence
  • Provide any additional information that the attorney request during the litigation process

Have a Mass Tort Case? Kwartler Manus, LLC Will Help

If you were injured by a product that was produced by a company and you want justice, along with compensation for damages, Kwartler Manus, LLC can help. Our aggressive and determined attorneys will do what it takes to help you reach a settlement. Call us today at 267-457-5570 or contact us online.

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