Insurance TCPA Settlement
- Claims can be filed at settlement website
- Administrator can be contacted for help
- Important settlement deadlines apply
When a group of people feel their National Do-Not-Call Registry requests have been infringed upon the end result can often be a class action lawsuit. The Plaintiffs in Biringer v. First Family Insurance, Inc., et al. filed suit as a result of claims that first Family Insurance made calls that were in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. It appears the litigation is nearing an end as both parties have recently agreed to a settlement amount of $2,900,000. First Family Insurance denies any wrong doing in the matter but has agreed to settle the case to avoid the uncertainty and costs of further litigation. Class Members who wish to file a claim can do so by going to the Insurance TCPA Settlement page and clicking the File a Claim link.
Highlights of the Insurance TCPA Settlement
- Out of the $2,900,000 settlement $1,046,469.09 has been asked for by Class Counsel for fees and reimbursement of out of pocket expenses
- Class Members who file valid Insurance TCPA Settlement claims are expected to receive cash awards estimated to be $50-$70 per claim filed
- March 3rd, 2020 is the date by which Class Members must submit a claim, object to a claim, or exclude themselves from the claim altogether
Those who exclude themselves from the Insurance TCPA Settlement will receive no payment (those who exclude themselves will retain their right to sue, however). It should be noted that all objections must be sent to the court in writing (explaining why the settlement is not liked). Those who have further questions can try contacting the First Family Insurance Settlement Claims Administrator.
First Family Insurance Settlement Claims Administrator
- P.O. Box 43439, Providence, RI 02940-3439