The Aggressive and Relentless Pursuit of Justice
WE DON’T JUST SAY IT, WE DO IT
ADVOCATING FOR VICTIMS’ RIGHTS
It can happen at any time, without provocation and without warning. Anyone can be the victim of a crime, and any person’s life can change in a moment. Being a victim of a crime is a very difficult, stressful and often traumatic experience. The criminal justice system can be overwhelming, and you can often feel forgotten or unimportant in the process. For some victims and their families, life is forever changed.
At George Feldman McDonald, our lawyers are strong advocates for the rights of victims whose lives have been turned upside down by illegal or criminal conduct. They work closely with law enforcement and prosecutors to ensure that they have all the evidence and information they need to build the strongest case possible to hold the offender accountable for their actions. They can also evaluate any grounds you may have for taking legal action through an individual claim or class action lawsuit.
STANDING UP FOR VICTIMS OF ILLEGAL AND FRAUDULENT CONDUCT
Many of the victims we represent have been targets of illegal business conduct such as:
Our attorneys can identify the strongest grounds for seeking legal action – including a class action claim, if appropriate. We have recovered more than $1.25 billion on behalf of class action claimants in federal and state courts. We are no strangers to taking on powerful opponents.
AT GFM, WE WILL FIGHT FOR YOU
As your victim advocate, our legal team will protect your rights, keep you informed of the developments in the case, prepare you for depositions and trial testimony, and support you every step of the way. You can count on our lawyers to research and evaluate any possible civil claim that you may pursue as a victim of a crime and fight to get the best result possible.
Learn more by contacting us online or calling 844-887-6007. With offices in Florida, New York and Virginia, we provide nationwide representation in federal and state courts throughout the United States for victims in class action litigation.