The dissent charges that our decision “suggests a visceral distaste of class actions”. We disagree. We simply think that the rights of ten million vehicle owners and lessees across the United States should not be adjudicated in an action brought by three plaintiffs who cannot show more than the merest possibility of injury to themselves. To hold that Inman, Castro, and Wilkins have standing would drain virtually all meaning from the requirements that a plaintiff must be "personally aggrieved” and that his injury must be “concrete” and “actual or imminent”.
DaimlerChrysler Corp. v. Inman, No. 03-1189 (Tex. Feb. 1, 2008) (Hecht, J.).