LifeLock Automatic Renewal Lawsuit
- If you’ve ever purchased the services of Lifelock and had your account automatically renewed, you could be in line for some free money!
- You must be a California resident, and must have paid a Lifelock monthly renewal from Dec. 1, 2010 to July 24, 2020
- Lifelock will distribute a total of $2.5 million to the legal representation and class members in this lawsuit
Lifelock is an identity theft protection service that millions of people have trusted to keep their finances and personal information safe. Unfortunately, a class action lawsuit alleges that Lifelock may have actually been ripping off their customers.
This lawsuit alleges that Lifelock enrolled customers in an automatic renewal for their account without fully disclosing the terms of that renewal. In short, people had their account renewed (and were charged for it) with no idea it was coming.
If you’re a California resident (or were at the time), and you purchased Lifelock services between July 1, 2010, and July 24, 2020, and you paid at least one monthly renewal fee, you’re eligible for this lawsuit!
Just how much will you be receiving from Lifelock? That depends on how many eligible claims are received. But Lifelock has agreed to pay out $2.5 million to the lawyers and class action members in this suit.
You do not need to pay anything to join the suit against Lifelock. In fact, you don’t even need to contact a lawyer. All you need to do to receive payment in the Lifelock lawsuit is fill out an eligible claim before the deadline window closes. The deadline to submit a claim in the Lifelock class action lawsuit is Nov. 23, 2020. So be sure you’ve got your claim in before that time!
To contact the claims administrator of the Lifelock law suit with a question:
- Goldman v. LifeLock Inc., c/o GCG, PO Box 10183, Dublin, OH 43017-3183
- 1 (888) 242-6443
Texas Farmers Settlement
- If you owned Farmers Group insurance in Texas from the years of 1999 to 2003, there may free money coming in the mail to you
- Farmers Group homeowners and automobile insurance policies are the policies in question in this suit
- The court will make a decision in this lawsuit on Feb. 1, 2020
If you had Farmers Group insurance in the state of Texas from 1999 to 2003, you may be in line for a free settlement check!
The class action suit alleges that Farmers Group did several things: they charged rates that led to excessive premiums, they didn’t notify policy holder that certain things on their credit report could impact their
, and that they improperly stopped offering a certain type of homeowners insurance, leading to higher rates.
Farmers Group denies that they have done anything illegal, but is willing to settle this case out of court if it means they can avoid costly and time consuming legal action.
How much each individual claimant will receive in this case depends on how many eligible claims are filed. It’s been decided that a little more than $80 million will be awarded. If approved, that amount will be spread out between the legal representation along with everyone that filed an eligible claim.
If you wish to pursue legal action against Farmers Group on your own, you can do so, but you will need to remove yourself from this class action suit first. By participating in the State of Texas v. Farmers Group, Inc. class action lawsuit, you are waiving your right to sue on your own. Your claim must be submitted online by July 31, 2020. The final approval in this lawsuit will be granted on Feb. 1, 2020.
For more information about the Texas Farmers Group settlement, contact:
- Texas Farmers Settlement, P.O. Box 1903, Faribault, MN 55021-1939
AIMCO Class Action Settlement
- Tenant’s security deposits are the subject of the AIMCO Maryland Security lawsuit
- The case is entitled Butler v. Apartment Investment and Management Company and is case number 13C14098891
- All claim forms must be in no later than 01/11/2016
The class members claim that AIMCO Maryland failed to pay back the
of tenant’s security deposits in relation to apartment rents. AIMCO Class Action Settlement class members are defined as anyone who paid a security deposit and moved out between July 15, 2010 and July 6, 2020. According to the terms of the settlement AIMCO has agreed to pay the full security deposit PLUS 3% interest per year.
Settlement fine print and details
- No proof of purchase is required to file a claim or be awarded a 3% settlement
- Questions about the lawsuit can be directed to 877-863-1543
- Judge Richard S. Bernhardt of the Circuit Court for Howard County in Maryland has approved the settlement which was granted on 7/14
- Lead Plaintiff (is the named party, who files the case and the group)? Darice Butler
The main complaint in the lawsuit is “alleging that the property management company violated Maryland law by deducting certain amounts from tenants security deposits “without providing them a notice of the damages claimed together with an accurate notice of costs actually incurred.”
Claim forms can be requested via US mail by writing to: Butler v. AIMCO Settlement Administrator, PO Box 40007, College Station, TX 77842-4007. Class members will be represented by Benjamin J. Carney while the AIMCO Maryland has hired Avery B. Strachan to represent their cause.
Taurus Carter Settlement
- People who purchased a Taurus firearm may be eligible to receive a free $250 check
- The class action lawsuit claims that Taurus guns had a defect that allowed the gun to fire while the safety is on
- The deadline to submit a claim in the class action suit against Taurus is July 15, 2020
If you purchased certain Taurus firearms, you may be eligible to receive a free check thanks to a
that’s been filed. The lawsuit alleges that on certain models of Taurus firearms, due to a manufacturer’s defect, the gun could actually fire when the safety is engaged. Obviously, this poses a very serious safety risk to anyone that own a Taurus gun.
Only certain models are a part of this suit. They are the Millennium models, specifically the T-111, the PT-132, the PT-138, the PT-140, the PT-145, the PT-745 Millennium, the PT-640, and the PT-24/7. If you owned one of those models on July 30, 2020, you’re eligible! The only exception is if you owned an eligible Taurus firearm in a state, local, or federal capacity.
Depending on how many
are received, Taurus could be sending you as much as $200! To be eligible to receive this payment though, you must be willing to send your firearm back to Taurus.
The Pennsylvania court will hold a heading on this case on July 20, 2020. Your claim must be sent in to the lawyers by July 15, 2020. When you join this class action lawsuit against Taurus, you are waiving your rights to sue on your own. If you want to be excluded from this suit, just send a notice to the Heffler Claims Group.
To contact the administrator of the Taurus Class Action Claim:
- Taurus Class Action, c/o Heffler Claims Group, PO Box 230 Philadelphia, PA 19107-0230
Kansas Cipro Class Action Lawsuit
- Receive a check for a minimum of $25 if you purchased Cipro in Kansas during the eligible dates
- You must file your Cipro claim form by July 22, 2020.
- There is no fee to join the Cipro class action suit, and you do not need to pay any lawyer
If you purchased the prescription drug Cipro in the state of Kansas between the dates of Jan. 8, 1997 and Oct. 31, 2004, you could be in line for some free cash thanks to a class action lawsuit! The suit alleges that Cipro and Bayer actually worked together to keep a generic version of Cipro off the market, keeping prices high. Cipro denies that they did anything illegal, but has agreed to settle out of court to avoid dealing with the hassle of a court case.
If you did purchase Cipro during the dates set, logon to file your claim in this class action suit. How much will the Cipro payment be? It’s not clear at this time, but the case does say that your payment will be no smaller than $25. So it’s worth taking the few minutes to fill out your class action form. Make sure you have your form submitted by January 22 of 2020, as that’s the deadline for all eligible claims.
When you file a claim in this suit, remember that you’re waiving any right to sue Bayer or Cipro on your own. You do not need to pay anything to be a part of the Cipro lawsuit. The lawyers for the case will be paid out of the settlement funds. All you need to do is file your eligible claim against Cipro, and sit back and wait for your check!
To contact the administrator of the Cipro Settlement:
- Kansas Cipro Settlement, c/o Rust Consulting, Inc., P.O. Box 2257, Faribault, MN 55021-2377