Is it possible to sue PetSmart Grooming or a possible Class Act lawsuit, and how many complaints would we need?
1 attorney answer
Unless you signed a contract with an enforceable class action waiver, an attorney can file a class action on your behalf. I see many problems with pursuing your matter as a class action, however. Those only proving classwide negligence by PetSmart. I also don’t know how the class would be ascertainable. There’s no magic number but you generally need at least 40 class members. Perhaps you’d be better of seeking compensation on an individual basis.