Associated Areas of law
Powerful corporations and institutions should be held accountable when they violate people’s rights. Class Actions are a way to do so. If you have been injured or wronged, you might not be alone. Patterson Law is here to help you determine if others have suffered the same mistreatment.
Whether you have suffered from a defective product, medical treatment or pharmaceutical drug, a privacy breach, environmental contamination, or government wrongdoing you may be able to band together with other individuals to start a class action.
If you have a question about an ongoing class action or are contemplating a new class action, please do not hesitate to contact us for a consultation.
Active Class Actions:
The Estate of Gabriel Wortman
Patterson Law has filed a class action in Nova Scotia arising out of Gabriel Wortman’s actions on the night of April 18 until he was killed by RCMP on April 19, 2020. The action is seeking damages for the spouses, children and/or parents of Gabriel Wortman’s victims and those who were injured.
The RCMP and the Province of Nova Scotia
Patterson Law has filed a class action in Nova Scotia arising out of the RCMP and the Province’s alleged mishandling of the events of April 18 and April 19, 2020 and the subsequent investigation. The action is seeking damages for the spouses, children and/or parents of those killed or injured during the mass shootings and fires.
If you have any information you feel might assist us, we encourage you to reach out to us. You can contact us by telephone at (902) 896-6100 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org – or visit the Portapique Class Actions page HERE.
Martin & Associates Investigations Inc.
To assist our ongoing efforts, Patterson Law has retained the prominent criminal investigation firm Martin & Associates Investigations to provide expertise in the subject matter of police command procedure, crime scene analysis, police investigation procedures and any associated issues.
We ask that any member of the public that has any information, documentation, photos, or video footage please contact Martin & Associates directly on their Facebook Tip page, by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 902-259-3090.
If an individual wishes to remain anonymous, there is a direct link on the Martin & Associates website (HERE) where the information and files can be provided securely.
Patterson Law has filed a class action against Develop Nova Scotia, the Province of Nova Scotia and the Halifax Regional Municipality over the lack of high-speed internet in rural parts of the province.