A class action is a court proceeding in which seven or more than seven people (the class/the group) are suing one person or company for similar reasons (in legal language, it is called common issues of law or facts). One or more of the individuals in the group can start the case on behalf of the class.
The class action process is intended to save time and expense and avoids the need for the court to determine common issues of fact or law more than once for each of the group members. It enables disputes and claims involving large numbers of people to be resolved via a single case.
Bannister Law is one of Australia’s leading class action law firms and running some of Australia’s largest Consumer class actions.
Bannister Law Class Actions is investigating claims on behalf of owners against Kia.
When you register, you will need to provide your details and information about your claims to Bannister Law Class Actions. You will receive our matter updates if you register, and reminders for key dates of court events if the matter proceeds.