- Report: #490526
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Complaint Review: The Grand Seas Resort, Club Navigo, Island One
The Grand Seas Resort, Club Navigo, Island One2424 North Atlantic Avenue Daytona Beach, Florida United States of America
The Grand Seas Resort - Club Navigo - Island One - Club Navigo Island One - Club Navigo Island One Resorts, Club Navigo Resorts ,Grandseas Resort, Daytona Beach, Florida
*Consumer Comment: Club Navigo should resolve issues or stop selling
*Consumer Comment: I'm IN!!!!!
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I have read many complaints about The Grand Seas Resort and Club Navigo Resorts. I am yet another victim. I am only at the start of this but I am interest in people who would be willing to see if we can start a class action law suit against them. This would entail work on your end:
Understand the legal terms: A class action is a procedure used to efficiently handle a lawsuit in which a large number of people have been injured by a common act, or set of actions, or product. A suit is not considered a class action until there is a court order making it such.
Research the scope of the problem. How you do this will depend greatly on the issue. The Web is a tremendous resource: Visit chat rooms and online support groups to find information that relates directly or tangentially to your lawsuit.
Hire an attorney who specializes in the type of lawsuit you are pursuing. For instance, if you are suing a current or former employer for discrimination or back wages, hire an employment or labor lawyer. There are also attorneys who specialize in securities, product liability and defective manufacturing. Many lawyers who take on class action suits work on a contingency basis, which might be more than 30 percent of the final settlement.
Determine with your lawyer whether your lawsuit has broad appeal. It all depends on the problem. Again, use the Web to help identify potential plaintiffs. Dig up information from government agencies <!--[if !vml]--> <!--[endif]--> or congressional representatives. Place an ad in a newspaper after a class action is certified by a court.
File your case, then a motion for class certification. In order to qualify, you must prove that you have a sufficient number of plaintiffs involved, all of whom were subject to similar misconduct, and you must show that each person is making the same allegations. Your attorney must also prove that common questions predominate in the suit rather than individualized issues. He or she will handle this.
Send notices to potential members of the class suit. You as the plaintiff (and your lawyer) are responsible for this. The defendants must provide their names and addresses. Your legal team must also publish a notice in nationwide papers such as The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Some potential class lawsuit members may opt to sue on their own or not at all.
Prepare your case and get ready to go to court.
If you are interested in taking action that may take years or you have a solution on how to get rid of it once trapped in I would like to know!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/05/2009 06:28 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Grand-Seas-Resort-Club-Navigo-Island-One/Daytona-Beach-Florida-32118/The-Grand-Seas-Resort-Club-Navigo-Island-One-Club-Navigo-Island-One-Club-Navigo-490526. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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