Class Action on Behalf of the Families of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women
The impacts of colonialism on policing in Canada cannot be overstated. The lack of care, attention, and effort the RCMP has put into finding solving crimes on behalf of Indigenous women is unacceptable. If you are an Indigenous person with a missing or murdered loved one, this proposed class action litigation is seeking compensation options and an apology for the MMIW tragedies.
How do class action lawsuits work?
A class action gathers a large group of plaintiffs together to resolve their complaints in a single court case. It is the appropriate type of court case when it’s not necessarily practical for individual class members to bring an individual personal injury case to court.
You pay no legal fees unless these class action lawsuits are successful. Our law firm take all the risk of paying the expenses and costs of prosecuting these class actions. Our lawyers will be paid a contingency percentage (upon approval from the Canadian Courts) if this class action reaches a successful conclusion and provides individual compensation options.
Merchant Law Group LLP has 12 offices across Canada. Merchant Law Group LLP is well-known for pursuing class action and mass tort lawsuits in Canada including successful litigation regarding Breast Implants, Alesse birth control, Maple Leaf Foods, Celebrex/Bextra, Vioxx, Sony, Residential Schools and various other consumer protection cases. Our dedicated team of more than 30 litigation lawyers includes Tony Merchant KC, who is known as one of Canada’s most active litigators with more than 850 reported cases in leading Caselaw Journals, having argued thousands of cases before Superior Courts, the Courts of Appeal, the Federal Court of Canada, and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Tony Merchant KC has a long history in pursuing public policy cases and is a former elected Member of the Legislative Assembly. Tony Merchant KC has been awarded Eagle Feathers by First Nations in recognition of his work on behalf of First Nations, including residential school victims, and in 2008 was made an Honorary Chief in a War Bonnet Adoption, as a member of the Black Foot Confederacy, name Aah-pah su-oy, Flanking Warrior.
IF YOU WISH TO JOIN THE CONTACT LIST REGARDING THIS CLASS ACTION, PLEASE COMPLETE THE BELOW FORM. (Please note, providing your contact information creates no lawyer-client relationship or financial obligation for you. You are not charged any fee or cost for joining the contact list for this class action.) Please note, providing your information creates no financial obligation for you. You are not charged any fee or cost for joining this class action – we are simply paid a contingency fee from the compensation recovered for victims, if this litigation is successful.