Individuals involved in a class action are obligated to tell the truth.
They are not responsible for paying any fees or costs associated with the lawsuit. Generally, individuals involved in the case, who are called class members, are not called upon to assist in any way. However, some class members may provide information that can help with the case.
Class member may also “opt out” of the lawsuit even after it comes to an end. In the event that class members do not like the proposed resolution, or don’t want to be involved with the action, they may exclude themselves from the class within a certain timeframe. There are exceptions to this rule and your attorney will discuss them with you if necessary.
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