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 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