If you’re an ITT Tech student who has been affected by the school’s closure, you may be wondering how to join the class action lawsuit against the company. Here’s a quick guide to help you get started.
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The ITT Tech class action lawsuit is open to anyone who was enrolled at the for-profit college within the last 10 years. The lawsuit alleges that ITT Tech engaged in a number of misleading and fraudulent practices, including:
– making false and misleading statements about its accreditation;
– misrepresenting the job placement rates of its graduates;
– using deceptive and high-pressure sales tactics to convince students to enroll;
– providing inadequate instruction and resources;
– pressuring students into taking out high-interest loans; and
– falsifying job placement rates to continue receiving government funding.
If you were enrolled at ITT Tech at any time in the last 10 years, you may be eligible to join the class action lawsuit. To join, you will need to fill out a short form and submit it to the lawyers handling the case. You can find the form here: [ITT Tech Class Action Lawsuit Form].
What is ITT Tech?
ITT Technical Institute (ITT Tech) was a for-profit technical institute. Founded in 1969 and with approximately 130 locations in 38 states of the united states ITT Tech was the largest for-profit technical college in the US.
In September 2016, ITT Tech ceased operations at all of its locations. Students were displaced, and many employees were left without jobs. In the wake of ITT Tech’s closure, many students who were attending the school filed a class action lawsuit against the company.
What is the ITT Tech Class Action Lawsuit?
The class action lawsuit filed against ITT Tech accuses the for-profit school of preying on low-income students, convincing them to take out high-interest loans to attend a program that was not likely to lead to a job.
The lawsuit claims that ITT Tech knew that its business model was not sustainable and that the majority of its students would not be able to repay their loans. The suit also alleges that ITT Tech used aggressive and deceptive recruiting tactics, targeting students who were struggling financially and convincing them to take out loans they could not afford.
If you took out loans to attend ITT Tech, you may be eligible to join the class action lawsuit. Joining the lawsuit does not mean that you will automatically get your money back, but it does give you the opportunity to have your day in court and ultimately receive compensation if the case is successful.
Who is Eligible to Join the Lawsuit?
The lawsuit is open to anyone who was defrauded by ITT Tech. This includes anyone who:
-Enrolled at ITT Tech after August 1, 2006
-Was enrolled at ITT Tech on or after May 6, 2016
-Was enrolled in an ITT Tech online program on or after May 6, 2016
-Repaid any amount of money to ITT Tech after August 1, 2006
If you believe you are eligible to join the lawsuit, you can do so by filling out a short form on the website of the law firm representing the plaintiffs. Once you have submitted the form, a lawyer from the firm will contact you to discuss your case and determine whether you have a valid claim.
How to Join the Lawsuit
The ITT Tech class action lawsuit is open to anyone who was enrolled at the school within the last ten years. If you took out loans to attend ITT Tech, you may be eligible for relief through the suit. You can join the lawsuit by filling out a form on the website of one of the law firms representing the plaintiffs.
You will need to provide your contact information and some basic information about yourITT Tech experience. Once you have submitted the form, a lawyer will review your case and decide if you are eligible to join the lawsuit. If you are accepted as a client, you will be asked to sign a contract agreeing to pay the law firm a percentage of any money you may receive as part of the suit.
If you have questions about whether or not you are eligible to join the ITT Tech class action lawsuit, or if you would like more information about the case, please contact one of the law firms representing the plaintiffs:
Buckley Beal LLP
125swing Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
What are the Benefits of Joining the Lawsuit?
There are many benefits to joining the ITT Tech class action lawsuit. First and foremost, you will be able to receive compensation for any damages that you may have incurred as a result of the school’s closure. This can include tuition reimbursement, loan forgiveness, and other financial relief.
In addition, by joining the lawsuit you will also be helping to hold ITT Tech accountable for their actions. This can help ensure that other for-profit colleges do not engage in similar deceptive practices in the future. Finally, by joining the lawsuit you will have the opportunity to have your voice heard and tell your story about your experience with ITT Tech.
What are the Risks of Joining the Lawsuit?
Most class action lawsuits involve some risk. The lawyers who represent the class may be paid out of any settlement or judgment, which could leave less money for the individual members of the class. In some cases, individuals may be asked to pay a portion of the lawyer’s fees.
joining a class action lawsuit also means that you will be bound by any decision made in the case, even if it is not favorable to you. If the case goes to trial and the jury decides against the class, individuals would not be able to sue ITT Tech on their own.
Some people choose not to join a class action lawsuit because they want more control over their legal claim. By opting out of the lawsuit, individuals can preserve their right to file their own individual lawsuits or negotiate directly with ITT Tech. However, opting out also means that individuals will not be able to share in any recovery obtained in the class action lawsuit.
If you believe that you were misled or deceived by ITT Tech, you may be eligible to join the class action lawsuit. By joining the lawsuit, you can help hold ITT Tech accountable for their actions and potentially receive financial compensation for your losses. If you have any questions about the lawsuit or your eligibility, you should speak to an experienced class action attorney.