Thursday, February 26, 2015

Church and Dwight Settlement over Misleading Natural Deodorant

Consumers who have purchased Arm & Hammer Essentials deodorant can claim into the Arm & Hammer ‘Natural’ Deodorant Class Action Settlement on ChurchandDwightSettlement.com to get cash refund of $20 or more.
ChurchandDwightSettlement.com: Church and Dwight Settlement over Misleading Natural Deodorant
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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Transpacific Airline Settlement over price-fixing

Claim Transpacific Airline Antitrust Class Action Settlement on AirlineSettlement.com as 8 out of 13 airlines has settled a class-action lawsuit over price-fixing.
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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Rue La La Settlement over deceptive and illegal gift certificates

If you live in U.S. and have purchased a voucher from www.RueLaLa.com on or before 3rd May 2013, then you may be entitled for a full refund under the proposed class action settlement.

Rue La La has reached a settlement over claims that it allegedly sold gift certificates and vouchers with illegal expiration dates. In the lawsuit filed against the company, plaintiffs have accused them of violating a federal law which states that gift cards & certificates must remain valid for a minimum of 5 years, or a Massachusetts law which requires them to remain valid for at least 7 years. Though the members-only shopping website has denied any wrongdoing, it has agreed for a settlement to avoid the expense and uncertainty of ongoing litigation. Around 7.5 million members of Rue La La site are estimated to be eligible for the Settlement benefits.

Court Settlement

Who is included in the Proposed Settlement?

Any U.S. resident who, on or before 3 May 2013, purchased a voucher from RueLaLa.com that contained an expiration date is an eligible Class Member. The voucher must be purchased online from RueLaLa.com website that could have been redeemed for goods and/or services, but could not be used due to the expiration date.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Capital and Magellan Act 106 Settlement

If you are eligible, claim your file at Act106Settlement.com to get benefits up to $50,000 in the Capital and Magellan Act 106 Settlement.

A settlement has been arrived at in two class action suits. The plaintiffs in the class action claims that Capital BlueCross and Magellan Health Services failed to follow the Pennsylvania law as described in Act 106 of 1989. The law is about the coverage and payment for certain non-hospital residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment, up to the maximum number of days defined, whenever the medical need for that treatment is certified in writing by a patient’s treating physician or psychologist.

Capital and Magellan Act 106 Settlement
The defendants have denied any unlawful activity but agreed to settle the class action lawsuits. The settlement was preliminarily approved on Nov. 14, 2014.

Who is Eligible?


There are two Classes who are eligible for the class action settlement. They are the Subscriber Class and the Provider Class.

Subscriber Class: All the capital subscribers who received non-hospital residential addiction treatment between 12/22/2004 and 11/14/2014 through the following types of health plans: CHIP, a non-ERISA Capital ASO group plan for which Capital offers administrative services only for non-hospital residential addiction treatment, a Capital fully insured group plan not subject to ERISA.
Provider Class: All licensed Pennsylvania non-hospital residential addiction treatment facilities that provided non-hospital residential addiction treatment between 12/22/2006 and 11/14/2014 to a Capital subscriber through the following types of health plans: CHIP, a non-ERISA Capital ASO Group, or a Capital fully insured group plan not subject to ERISA

Following are the benefits you will get under this settlement:

1) Payment for certain expenses of non-hospital residential addiction treatment to Capital’s subscribers under non-ERISA fully insured group plan products, non-ERISA ASO group plan products, and CHIP.

2) The establishment of a Scholarship Fund for non-hospital residential addiction treatment, to benefit youngsters who are under the age of 18 years in the 21-county area in central Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley that Capital Services

3) The appointment of an independent Compliance Person to monitor the compliance of Defendants for a period of five years, funded by the Capital Defendants at up to $10,000 per year.

The settlement provides that Defendants shall pay a total $1,400,000 for the relief describe above, plus for any attorneys’ fees and reimbursement of litigations costs and with up to $50,000 in total incentive awards to the named Plaintiffs.

How to file a claim for Capital and Magellan Act 106 Settlement?

To get benefits from this settlement you have to fill out a claim form. Visit at www.Act106Settlement.com site to get claim form. Fill out the claim form and send it before the deadline date.

Act 106 Settlement Highlights:


Settlement Website: www.Act106Settlement.com
Claim Form Deadline: March 16, 2015
Link to Claim Form: www.Act106Settlement.com
Final Hearing: January 30, 2015

Claims Administrator
Gregory B. Heller
Young Ricchiuti Caldwell & Heller, LLC
1600 Market Street
Suite 3800
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(267) 546-1004
Jonathan Auerbach
Jerome M. Marcus
Marcus & Auerbach LLC
101 Greenwood Avenue
Suite 310
Jenkintown, PA 19046
(215) 885-2250
You may also contact your lawyers at Act106Settlement@ConsumerSettlement.org.

Class Counsel
Jonathan Auerbach
Jerome M. Marcus
MARCUS & AUERBACH LLC
Gregory B. Heller
YOUNG RICCHIUTI CALDWELL & HELLER LLC

Defense Counsel
Matthew J. Siembieda
Franco A. Corrado
MORGAN LEWIS & BOCKIUS LLP
Jayson R. Wolfgang
Jan. L. Budman II
BUCHANAN INGERSOLL & ROONEY PC

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Coventry Health Care PPO Insurance Settlement

File your claim at CoventrySettlement.com to get $5 million Guaranteed Fund and more benefits from Coventry Health Care PPO Insurance Settlement.

Coventry Health Care PPO Insurance Settlement