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Mass Tort and Class Action Cases

Our experienced team of attorneys at Bryan Law Center is dedicated to representing individuals nationwide in mass tort and class action cases. We understand the challenges you face, and we possess the knowledge, determination, and resources to guide you through the complexities of these cases.

What is a Mass Tort?

Mass tort litigation empowers groups of individuals who have suffered similar harm to unite against powerful corporations. Individual plaintiffs file separate lawsuits against a common defendant, allowing for more personalized attention to the unique circumstances of each claim. These cases involve defective medical devices, unsafe prescription drugs, asbestos exposure, and man-made disasters caused by toxic chemicals. At Bryant Law Center, we specialize in navigating these complex cases, ensuring that the voices of those who have suffered are heard.

What is a Class Action Lawsuit?

In a class action lawsuit, a plaintiff, known as the class representative, files a lawsuit on behalf of a larger group of people, referred to as the class. This class consists of individuals who have suffered similar harm or damages caused by the defendant’s actions. All class members are bound by the court’s decision unless they opt-out.

Why Choose Us?

  • National Reputation: The Bryant Law Center has built a national reputation by successfully participating in mass tort and class action litigation throughout the United States.
  • Experienced Attorneys: Our team of attorneys, including Mark Bryant, Emily Roark, and David Bryant, has decades of experience in multi-district litigation and class actions. We focus on complex litigation, ensuring our clients receive the representation they deserve.
  • Proven Results: We have recovered over $500 million for our clients.

      Current Cases

      Wondering if your injury may qualify for a class action claim? Contact the Bryant Law Center for a free consultation. Our current mass tort cases include:

      Eye Drops

      A recall of EzriCare artificial tear drops has been initiated following their association with a surge in bacterial eye infections. Testing conducted by the CDC revealed the presence of Carbapenem-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa (CRPA) bacteria in opened bottles of EzriCare eye drops. This strain of bacteria is of heightened concern due to its ability to cause severe infections and resistance to specific antibiotics.

      Chemical Hair Straightener

      Studies have uncovered a correlation between the use of hair relaxers and specific cancers. Given that these hair products are often introduced to women at a young age, many have undergone these potentially harmful treatments for several decades.

      Talc Powder

      The legal actions against Johnson & Johnson regarding talcum powder remain ongoing. Allegations in these lawsuits suggest that the extended use of talcum powder, a key ingredient in products like Baby Powder and Shower to Shower, may be linked to the development of ovarian cancer in certain women.


      Exposure to Paraquat, a highly toxic herbicide, increases the risk of farmers and agricultural workers developing Parkinson’s Disease.


      The maker of Zantac (ranitidine), a household heartburn medication, is being sued due to it containing a cancer-causing chemical called nitrosamine (N-nitrosodimethylamine or NDMA).

      Camp Lejeune

      Marines, their families, and civilian employees who were stationed, lived, or worked at Camp Lejeune for at least 30 days between 1953 to 1987 may be entitled to compensation. Severe injuries and deaths are being linked to contaminated drinking and bathing water used at that time.

      Social Media Addiction

      Social media lawsuits are on the rise as addiction becomes an increasing problem that, in effect, can cause a range of mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicide, and more.

      About Bryant Law Center

      Bryant Law Center is a medium-sized firm with offices in Paducah, Mayfield, and Louisville. Our Mass Tort Division has decades of experience in multi-district litigation and class actions, successfully litigating against major corporations on behalf of plaintiffs in both state and federal court.

      Notable Cases

      • Mayo v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and Sam’s East, Inc.: Sam’s Club was selling counterfeit Prada purses. Bryant Law Center filed suit, leading to a mediated and resolved national class settlement.
      • Cole v. Volkswagen Group of American, Inc.: Mark Bryant was on the Executive Committee of a product liability class action involving faulty sunroofs on vehicles.
      • 3M Combat Arms Earplugs Product Liability Litigation: Bryant Law Center represented a large group of veterans with hearing loss due to their use of 3M combat earplugs. David Bryant served on the Plaintiff Steering Committee.
      • Ranitidine Products Cases: Emily Roark holds a position on the Executive Committee with a trial set to start in the summer of 2023.
      • Roundup® Products Liability Litigation: Bryant Law Center represented over 100 individuals diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma due to Roundup exposure.
      • DePuy Orthopedics Inc., ASR Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation: All BLC DePuy hip cases are resolved in favor of the Plaintiffs.
      • Transvaginal Mesh/ Pelvic Mesh: BLC handled cases against defendants C.R. Bard, Boston Scientific, American Medical Systems, and Ethicon, Inc., all resolved in favor of the Plaintiffs.
      • Syngenta AG MIR 162 Corn Litigation: This defective product case was resolved in favor of the Plaintiffs.
      • Brandy Sigman, et al. v. CSX Transportation, Inc.: The Bryant Law Center team reached a confidential settlement with CSX on behalf of evacuated residents.
      • Abilify (Aripiprazole) Products Liability Litigation: This drug case has been resolved in favor of the Plaintiffs.
      • Laird v. Milburn Chapel Cumberland Presbyterian Church: Bryant Law Center represented twin sisters who were victims of sexual abuse, resulting in a confidential settlement.
      • Jenkins v. MISA Metals, Inc.: Bryant Law Center received a $1.9 million verdict on behalf of their client, who was injured in a steel coil accident.
      • Cook Medical Inc., IVC Filters Marketing, Sales Practices, and Products Liability Litigation: This medical device case has been settled.
      • The Stanley Works, Inc. v. Great Garage: Bryant Law Center defended a local businessman, resulting in Stanley Tools dropping all remaining claims.

      How Much Does a Mass Tort and Class Action Lawyer Cost?

      Mass tort or class action lawyers typically work on a contingency fee basis, which means that the lawyer’s payment is contingent upon the successful resolution of the case. In other words, the lawyer only gets paid if they secure a favorable settlement or verdict for the client. The contingency fee is usually a percentage of the total amount recovered (e.g., 33%), and it is agreed upon between the lawyer and the client before the legal representation begins.

      This fee arrangement is beneficial for clients who might not have the financial means to pay legal fees upfront. It aligns the lawyer’s interests with those of the client, as the lawyer’s compensation is directly tied to the success of the case. If you do not win, the lawyer does not receive a fee.

      Contact Us Today

      At Bryant Law Center, we are committed to justice. If you have questions or believe you may have a mass tort or class action claim, contact us for a free consultation.